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Boy Krazy

Boy Krazy was a New York City-based girl group that saw brief fame in 1991, and again in 1993 with their hit single "That's What Love Can Do".

After the group's demise, Ruth Ann Roberts switched careers and has become well known in the professional wrestling community. Now using her real name, Rue DeBona, she co-hosted WWE's After Burn from 2003 to 2004. She married former co-host, Josh Matthews in 2006, but they divorced in 2008.

From there, she moved to Ion Television, and hosted the short-lived Firebrand, an attempt at commercials-as-content website and TV show.

Cummings pursued a solo career, but it was unsuccessful. In July 2007, Portland, Oregon-based filmmaker Kimberly Craig posted Expect Less, a short documentary featuring Cummings on YouTube. In it, Cummings discusses her life since the hey-day of Boy Krazy.

Josselyne Jones (now known as Josselyne Herman-Saccio) is now a producer and agent, founding Josselyne Herman & Associates[4] in New York City. She is also a coach for the Landmark (Forum) and Landmark's (Advance Course)

Renee Veneziale sang with different bands, among them Fig, Delux and RnR. She has also worked as a theater actress, and is now a yoga teacher.

In August 2009, Boy Krazy's back catalogue was reissued through iTunes, including three songs recorded for the album but never released: "Exception to the Rule", "I'll Never Get Another Chance Like This", and "Don't Wanna Let You Go". Also issued were a host of unreleased remixes, including commissioned mixes for the never released fourth single "Love is a Freaky Thing".


Their signature Pop song "That's What Love Can Do", written and produced by British mega music trio Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman known as Stock Aitken Waterman and recorded in 1991, bubbled under for two years before getting significant airplay. Boy Krazy featured female singers Kimberly Blake, Josselyne Jones, Johnna Lee Cummings, and Ruth Ann Roberts (a former Miss Junior America). A fifth member named Renee Veneziale left shortly after "That's What Love Can Do" was first released, in 1991.
They had several singles from the album Boy Krazy - including "All You Have To Do" and "Good Times With Bad Boys", all of those single became only minor chart hits. "That's What Love Can Do" was also unsuccessful in the UK, but due to its success in clubs and discotheques across America and substantial airplay on radio stations, the song was remixed and re-released, becoming a hit in the US reaching the Billboard Hot 100 Top 20 in early 1993, peaking at #18. It also reached #1 in Pop airplay on the Radio & Records CHR/Pop chart. In the liners from their self titled album the group credited KQKS/Denver, Colorado for breaking the latter after one of the staffers played a version of the track in December 1992.
Main lead singer Cummings left the band in late 1993. The remaining members tried to develop a new album unsuccessfully and the group split shortly after.
 

 

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