Carlisle, Belinda (1958–)
Carlisle, Belinda (1958–)
American pop vocalist. Name variations: The Go-Go's. Born Belinda Jo Carlinsky, Aug 17, 1958, in Hollywood, California; m. Morgan Mason (son of actor James Mason), 1986; children: Duke Mason (b. 1992).
Formed Go-Go's with Jane Wiedlen, Charlotte Caffey, Gina Shock, and Margot Olaverra; traveled to England with group and recorded minor Brit club hit "We Got the Beat"; began downplaying punk sensibility, replacing Olaverra with Kathy Valentine; hit #1 with debut album Beauty and the Beat (1981), which included hit single "Our Lips are Sealed"; released albums Vacation (1982), and Talk Show (1984); launched successful solo career with album Belinda (1986); sang hits "Heaven is a Place on Earth" (1986) and "I Get Weak" (1986); continued to release albums, including Runaway Horses (1989), Live Your Life Be Free (1991), and A Woman & a Man (1997); reunited with Go-Go's for albums Return to the Valley of the Go-Go's (1994) and God Bless the Go-Go's (2001); played herself on reality tv series "Hell's Kitchen" (2004); lives in Cap d' Antibes, France.
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