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Wild Orchid (1991-2004) were a United States band, featuring Stacy Ann Ferguson (later of the Black Eyed Peas), Stefanie Ridel and Renee Ilene Sandstrom (2 of them transplanted from Kids Incorporated).

Wild Orchid began while the girls were in their mid-teens; songwriter Bobby Sandstrom helped them write and record demos. They eventually signed a music publishing deal with Sony’s RCA Record.

In the fall of 1996, Wild Orchid released their self-titled debut album Wild Orchid. The largely self-written album sold nearly a million units worldwide and included the singles “Talk To Me” (which was included in the hit movie Fools Rush In), “At Night I Pray,” and “Supernatural.” The album received two Billboard Award nominations for “Talk To Me,” two Lady Of Soul/Soul Train Award nominations - one for Album of The Year by A Group, Band or Duo and one for Best Music Video for “Talk To Me,” and an American Music Award nomination for Favorite R&B/Soul New Artist.

In late 1997, the group toured with 98 Degrees and *NSYNC, and in the summer of 1998 the trio released their second album, Oxygen which included the single “Be Mine.”

Wild Orchid also hosted the ABC Family Channel’s Saturday morning show “Great Pretenders,” which featured chart hits lip-synched by everyday kids, while competing for prizes. They also went on a 52-city tour with Cher and Cyndi Lauper.


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