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Mark", "Sister Fate", and "A Love Bizarre" with the last becoming one of her signature songs.
She is commonly referred to as The Queen of Percussion. is the daughter of Juanita Gardere, a dairy factory worker, and percussionist Pete Escovedo, with whom she frequently performs.
In June 1984, she released her debut album The Glamorous Life.
The album's title-track single "The Glamorous Life" peaked at number 7 the Hot 100 and also topped the dance charts for two weeks in August 1984.
She was also the leader of the house band on the short-lived late night talk show, The Magic Hour, hosted by Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr. Her drum "duets" with Starr are a moment of comic relief in the show, where they play the same parts but he quickly falls behind, shrugs and smiles as she takes off on an extended percussion solo. She also played drums on Cyndi Lauper's hit album of standard covers, At Last. Sheila also performed at Prince's One Nite Alone... concert, Live at the Aladdin Las Vegas in 2003, 36th NAACP Image Awards in 2005, and on the Good Morning show in June 2006. was a surprise guest orchestrating a band, in Amerie's "1 Thing" performances for The Lady Of Soul & World Music Awards. performed with Prince (and Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman) once again at the BRIT Awards. performed at the Sonoma Jazz Festival in 2006 as part of Herbie Hancock's band featuring Larry Carlton, Terrence Blanchard, Marcus Miller, and Terri Lyne Carrington. She performed at the 2007 Latin Grammy Awards with Juan Luis Guerra.
Says Sheila E.: "Ringo truly is one of the greatest rock n' roll drummers in the history of music. She also performed at the American Latin Music Awards in June 2007 with Prince and on July 7, 2007, in Minneapolis with Prince.
Along with appearing on Duke's "Don't Let Go" in 1978, Escovedo and her father released "Happy Together" that year on Fantasy Records, sharing billing as Pete and Sheila Escovedo.
collaborated with writers like Demetrius Ross, recorded and released an album, Sex Cymbal in 1991.
The show at Chiba Marine Stadium was later made available on DVD. toured New Zealand as drummer and percussionist for the Abe Laboriel Band. The group toured overseas in 2008 and released a CD available in limited distribution or through her website.
In 1998, she played percussion on the Phil Collins cover of "True Colors". has performed three stints as one of the member "All-Starrs" of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, in 2001, 2003, and 2006. The same year, she also was featured on Tonex's Out the Box on the song "Todos Juntos". joined Lauper on a live version of that song on VH1 Divas. For several concerts she was joined by Candy Dulfer, who was billed as a special guest.
After leaving the group in 1983, Sheila began a successful solo career, starting with her critically acclaimed debut album, which included the career-defining song, "The Glamorous Life".
She became a mainstream solo star in 1985 following the success of the singles, "The Belle of St.
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The video for the song would bring three MTV Award nominations for Best Female Video, Best New Artist, and Best Choreography.