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Because she has style ! Nona Hendryx









haircut fly ! afro-punk !

upcoming show in NYC at SOB's July 28th 2009
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Reply #1 posted 07/01/09 7:19am

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I love this song by her music

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Reply #2 posted 07/01/09 8:43am

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One of my personal favorites, Nona Hendryx knows how to rock a unique style all her own. No other female artist, including Cher, can wear chaps as well as Nona and I love her edgy haircut. The woman is FIERCE!!!!

"Why Should I Cry" is a single from her 1987(!) "Female Trouble" release, which is sadly overlooked and under-rated. It features grooves co-written by Jellybean Johnson and the late Dan Hartman, not to mention backing by Jimmy Jam, Bernie Worrell, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, and Peter Gabriel. While not his best-penned, "Baby Go-Go" appears on the album as well, written by Joey Coco!

I wish she'd return to making new music!!!!
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FormerlyKnownAs said:

One of my personal favorites, Nona Hendryx knows how to rock a unique style all her own. No other female artist, including Cher, can wear chaps as well as Nona and I love her edgy haircut. The woman is FIERCE!!!!

"Why Should I Cry" is a single from her 1987(!) "Female Trouble" release, which is sadly overlooked and under-rated. It features grooves co-written by Jellybean Johnson and the late Dan Hartman, not to mention backing by Jimmy Jam, Bernie Worrell, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, and Peter Gabriel. While not his best-penned, "Baby Go-Go" appears on the album as well, written by Joey Coco!

I wish she'd return to making new music!!!!



Good Info ! I never knew there was such vast heavy hitters working with her cool
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FormerlyKnownAs said:

One of my personal favorites, Nona Hendryx knows how to rock a unique style all her own. No other female artist, including Cher, can wear chaps as well as Nona and I love her edgy haircut. The woman is FIERCE!!!!

"Why Should I Cry" is a single from her 1987(!) "Female Trouble" release, which is sadly overlooked and under-rated. It features grooves co-written by Jellybean Johnson and the late Dan Hartman, not to mention backing by Jimmy Jam, Bernie Worrell, Mavis Staples, George Clinton, and Peter Gabriel. While not his best-penned, "Baby Go-Go" appears on the album as well, written by Joey Coco!

I wish she'd return to making new music!!!!


Me, too. Nona stood out when she was with LaBelle, even with Patti out front. She always seemed to have it together. I remember seeing her on "Sunday Night" after she went solo, but not a whole lot lately.
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Reply #5 posted 07/01/09 8:12pm

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Nona! Now that's what's up!

That 1983 album is my shit

Keep It Condfidential
Living On The Border
Design for Living



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Reply #7 posted 07/02/09 4:58am

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I used to have a crush on her when I was a young'un. Ever heard her try and pick up Stuttering John on the red carpet? lol
"Acceptance, forgiveness, and love."
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