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Vonda Shepard's latest or related album is Heart And Soul: New Songs From Ally McBeal Featuring Vonda Shepard (Television Series)
Which is released on 2009-12-16 from record company Third Party.
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Vonda Shepard (born July 7, 1963) is a rock singer. She appeared regularly in the television show Ally McBeal in which she played a resident performer at the bar where the show’s characters drank after work. She plays piano, guitar, and bass. Vonda Shepard was born in New York but her family relocated to California when she was fairly young. She played piano from an early age. Her father is Richmond Shepard, a mime and improv actor. Vonda has three sisters: Rosetta, Luana, and Brianna. Her mother left the family when Vonda was ten, and her father raised the four girls by himself. After performing as a backing singer for many years she was eventually given her own recording contract. Shepard’s first chart appearance was in 1987 when she recorded a duet with Dan Hill entitled ‘Can’t We Try’. She released her first self-titled album in 1989 with little fanfare. The album did yield one chart single, Don’t Cry Ilene, a mid-tempo, piano-driven jazz-rnb flavored song dealing with the break-up of a relationship between a black woman and a white man, arising from adult peer pressure. The track is sung from the perspective of the woman’s white female friend, who harbors a desire to have the man for herself, but keeps her distance out of respect for her friend. The song peaked at 17 on the Billboard Hot adult contemporary chart and stayed on the charts for 12 weeks. After her third album, Shepard was signed up to appear on Ally McBeal after being spotted by the show’s creator David E Kelley. Learn more about Vonda Shepard