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    Sibling pop/synth group formed in 1985 in Minneapolis
    Eight oldest Wolfgramm family members include:
    LeRoy (born July 19, 1965) - electric guitar
    Eddie (born Aug 14, 1966) - tenor saxophone, percussion
    Eugene (born Sept 24, 1967) - vocals, conga, alto saxophone
    Haini (born Jan 25, 1968) - bass guitar
    Rudy (born Mar 1, 1969) - drums
    Kathi (born Sept 6, 1970) - keyboards, percussion
    Elizabeth (born Aug 19, 1972) - vocals, keyboards
    Moana (born Oct 13, 1973) - vocals, keyboards
    Songs include 'Crush On You,' 'You Got It All,' 'Cross My Broken Heart,' 'Rocket 2 U,' 'Make It Real' and 'Sendin' All My Love'
    Performed at the 1988 Summer Olympic in Seoul and the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City
    They are eight of 17 offspring produced by their parents, who emigrated from Tonga to Minnesota.
    They were nominated for a Grammy Award in 1988 for 'Rocket 2 U' and lost.
    Eugene left the band in 1988 to go solo as Gene Hunt.
    This was a precursor as Eddie, Elizabeth and Kathi soon followed suit.
    Once the '80s were over, their style of music ran out of favor and they turned toward gospel music.
    The younger siblings started their own group in the '90s, calling themselves 'The Jetts.'
    Adding the extra 't' provided no magic and they fell into obscurity.
    They are a close-knit family who encourage one another.
    They have five hits that made it to the Top 10 on Billboard's Singles charts.
    Two of their songs hit #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart, including the Rupert Holmes penned song 'You Got It All.'
    'Cross My Broken Heart' was featured in the 1987 Eddie Murphy movie 'Beverly Hills Cop II.'
    'Sendin' All My Love' hit #1 on the U.S. Dance chart in 1988.
    They sang 'The Star-Spangled Banner' for Game 7 of the 1987 World Series as hometwon favorites of the Minnesota Twins (who won).
    They also sang at the 1991 Stanley Cup Finals as guests of the Minnesota North Stars.

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