Brownstone (group)

Brownstone (Group)

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Brownstone is an American female contemporary R&B group. Popular during the mid-1990s, Brownstone began a revival in 2007. The group is best known for their 1995 hit single "If You Love Me", which was nominated for a Best R&B Performance Grammy Award. "Grapevyne" and "Pass the Lovin'" also brought them some success, as well as their rendition of "I Can't Tell You Why," a song originally recorded by the Eagles.

Group history

The three original members of Brownstone were Monica "Mimi" Doby, Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell and Nichole "Nicci" Gilbert. Founded in Los Angeles, California, the singers met each other after attending different auditions around the city. They formed the group and were signed to Michael Jackson's MJJ Music record label less than a year later. The group soon recorded its debut album, From the Bottom Up, which spawned the hit "If You Love Me." In 1995, the group earned a Grammy Award nomination and a Billboard Music Award.

After extensive touring around the globe, Doby left the group after what was released in the media in an interview with BET Video Soul host Donnie Simpson as a medical problem of bronchitis. It was later revealed, through radio interviews, to be because of internal strife with the other two members of the group. She was replaced by Kina Cosper of Detroit, Michigan and after a difficult transition period, Brownstone had a brief showing with "5...
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