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Helen Rogers Biography
- Helen Rogers (born 1962) began singing in 1978 with One Stop Music, an independent South London label specialising in reggae music. After joining Brit funk band Direct Drive as lead vocalist in 1982, Rogers (along with bandmates Pete Quinton, Robert Williams, Mick Ward and Mick Hammond) entered the Black Echoes Top 20 with "In The Middle of Spring" and "Pass The Paper" respectively. In December 1984 the band released "Anything?" which reached #1 in the UK Black Echoes chart, remaining there for six weeks, and crossed over to the UK Singles Chart peaking at #67. This occurred after the band had signed to Polydor Records. Direct Drive then released "A.B.C. (Falling in Love's Not Easy)" which also charted peaking at #75 in the UK Singles Chart.