V*Enna

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V*Enna
Origin U.S., UK
Genres Christian pop
Years active 2000–2001
Labels Essential
Website www.v-enna.com
Past members
  • Lucy Britten
  • Sharnessa Shelton

V*Enna was a Christian Pop/Dance duo made up of members Lucy Britten & Sharnessa Shelton. The group was formed by Mark Pennells and Zarc Porter previously from the World Wide Message Tribe as a response to pop stars such as Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson.[1] V*Enna scored three hit singles on Christian radio: "Where I Wanna Be" (No. 6, 2000), "All the Way to Heaven" (No. , 2000), and "Do You Wanna Know?" (No. 15, 2001).[1] Since Britten left before the final concert, the last V*Enna concerts in September 2001, were continued by Bessie Jean Sopeland and Shelton. They disbanded in 2001.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Track listing

  1. "Where I Wanna Be"
  2. "Make That Noize" featuring J'Marc of Raze
  3. "Do You Wanna Know?"
  4. "Sometimes"
  5. "Why Did I Let You Go?"
  6. "Sunshine and Rain"
  7. "Best Friends"
  8. "Hold On"
  9. "Don't Stop"
  10. "All the Way to Heaven"
  11. "Don't Get Left Behind"
  12. "Make That Noize (Init Remix)" UK Bonus Track

EPs[edit]

  • 2000: All the Way to Heaven (Essential)

Singles[edit]

  • 2000 "All the Way to Heaven" (Essential)
  • 2000 "Where I Wanna Be" (Essential)
  • 2001 "Do You Wanna Know?" (Essential)

Contributions[edit]

  • 2000 "O Come All Ye Faithful" on Essential Energy Christmas
  • 2000 "Do You Wanna Know? (live)" on Celebrate Freedom Live
  • 2000 "All the Way to Heaven" on Left Behind: The Movie OST
  • 2001 "Where I Wanna Be" on WoW 2001
  • 2006 "Where I Wanna Be" and "Why Did I Let You Go" & "Sometimes" on The Best of Movation

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Mark Allan Powell, The Encyclopedia of Contemporary Christian Music. Hendrickson Publishers, 2002, pp. 994-995.

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