Blue Zone (known as Blue Zone UK in the U.S. due to a naming dispute) was a UK-based band formed in Rochdale, England in 1983. The group consisted of famed singer Lisa Stansfield, and her former schoolmates Andy Morris and Ian Devaney. Signed on Rockin' Horse Records and ultimately Arista, Blue Zone saw success in the nightclub scene with their album Big Thing and the single Jackie (1988). Morris and Devaney had previously worked with the English DJ duo Coldcut, which is how Stansfield was brought to the team. After one album and the successful hit single Jackie, the trio and Arista decided to focus on Lisa's solo career. Morris would co-write and co-produce the first three Stansfield albums before departing the trio. Devaney and Stansfield would eventually marry and now own a music publishing business as well as a recording studio called 'Gracielands' and continue to write and record together. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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