this single preceded her album on A&M Records and likely led to her album deal. It does not appear on the album, but would have fit well with its poppier side. It is a remake of the Jo Joe song from 1987 and is very similar, not surprising considering it was produced by the same team of Jolley/Harris/Jolley, who also wrote it. The remixes here dance it up a bit.
First solo video by the lovely Miss Lewis (sister of Linda). Now she is married to Luke [Luke from Bros. The day this was filmed and Luke Goss turned up with her birthday present – a car!].
She’s toured with the likes of George Michael and Elton John as a backing vocalist; but also released a number of singles (and one album) of her own during the 80’s and 90’s. This song was written and produced by Jolley/Harris/Jolley – the team behind hits for Imagination, Innocence, Mica Paris, and Bananarama.
Shirley Lewis – You Used To Be Romantic
Format: Vinyl, 7″
A You Used To Be Romantic (Some Like It Hot Mix) 6:32
B1 You Used To Be Romantic (Romancing The Street Mix) 5:55
Producer – Jolley/Harris/Jolley
Remix – Jolley/Harris/Jolley
Bros singer Luke Goss ‘SPLITS’ from wife Shirley Lewis after 25 years
The singing star has reportedly split from his wife Shirley Lewis after 25 years of marriage, with claims they’re getting a divorce
Bros star Luke Goss has reportedly split from his wife Shirley Lewis.
The singing star and his other half are said to be going through a divorce after weeks of arguments.
A source told The Sun : “Luke and Shirley spent weeks at each other’s throats but now their marriage is over for good.
“Close pals have told them to take a breather and not give up on their 25 years together — but Shirley’s had enough.”
They added: “Luke is sick and tired of the rows and wants an end to all the stress and negative energy. They’re in the process of instructing lawyers to make their separation official.”
Luke, who stars alongside brother Matt in Bros, married backing singer Shirley, who has worked with Elton John and George Michael, in 1994.
The couple relocated to Los Angeles 12 years ago.
Luke and Matt have been making a lot of headlines lately, after the release of their documentary After The Screaming Stops.
The film is due to be released in America.
The brothers have also teased that a second documentary could be in the pipeline, saying they could make one if “it happens for the right reasons”.