Keren Woodward Biography
(Singer-Songwriter and Founding Member of the Girl Group ‘Bananarama’)
Birthday: April 2, 1961 (Aries)
Born In: Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Keren Woodward is a British singer-songwriter and founding member of the British girl group, ‘Bananarama.’ She and her group hold the ‘Guinness World Record’ for ‘all females group with the most chart entries in the world.’ Born and raised in Bristol, England, she formed the pop group ‘Bananarama,’ along with her childhood friend Sara Dallin and Irish musician Siobhan Fahey. During the 80s, the group came into prominence with several singles, including ‘Cruel Summer’ and ‘Venus.’ In 1988, Fahey left the group and was replaced by Jacquie O’Sullivan, who also left in 1991. Woodward and Dallin continued with the group and released several tracks and albums and presented live shows. The group has 11 studio albums, 45 singles, and 13 compilation albums to its credit. Bananarama is considered as pioneer of girl music groups, inspiring other such groups as ‘Spice Girls.’ The original three group members had a brief reunion in 2017 and they toured together. Woodward was in a relationship with model David Scott Evans and has a son, Thomas. Later, she was in a long-term relationship with musician Andrew Ridgeley.