Tú (Canadian band)

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was a Canadian pop music duo from the Toronto area in the 1980s, featuring twin sisters Amanda DiBlasi and Cassandra DiBlasi.[1]


The DiBlasi twins appeared on The Tommy Hunter Show in 1985.[2] They released a self-titled album in 1987, on the RCA label.[3] Their second album, Secrets in the Dark, was released in 1989 for CBS.

Their biggest hit by far was the single "Stay with Me", which was also their only Top 10 hit, reaching number 8 on the Canadian music charts in 1987.[4] They also released the singles "I Used to Cry", "Language of Love", "Stop Breaking My Heart", and "Le Freak - Tú Freak", a cover version of the 1978 Chic song "Le Freak".

Tú also appeared as back-up singers in Platinum Blonde's video for "Fire".


  1. ^ Lacey, Liam (September 17, 1987). "INSIDE THE SLEEVE POP Tu". The Globe and Mail. 
  2. ^ "TV listings", The Advocate-Messenger, Danville, Kentucky, January 13, 1985. Page 36
  3. ^ "Artist: Tu". canoe.ca. Quebecor. May 15, 2014. Retrieved May 15, 2014. 
  4. ^ "RPM 100Singles". RPM, September 5, 1987. via Library and Archives Canada.

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