A'Me Lorain

Musical Artist

1967 –


Who is A'Me Lorain?

A'Me Lorain is an American singer who was the lead singer for The Family Affair.

A'Me Lorain & The Family Affair released one album on RCA Records in 1989, titled Starring In...Standing in a Monkey Sea. A 1990 single, "Whole Wide World", was a dance hit in the U.S., peaking at #9 on the Hot Dance Play chart and #37 on the Hot Dance Maxi Singles chart. The song also crossed over to the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #9, and appeared on the soundtrack to the film True Love. The funk band was a true "family affair" with her brother Freddy Trujillo on bass and her then-husband Victor Indrizzo playing guitar and drums.

As of 2011, A'me was working on new dance material for an independent label.

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May 11, 1967
Simi Valley
Also known as
  • Lorain, A'me
  • A'me Lorain
  • United States of America

on July 23, 2013


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