Expose was one of the first and most popular girl bands of the 80s and 90s that helped to usher in what is known today as "freestyle" music. They topped both the Dance and Adult Contemporary charts with 3 successful albums and 7 Top 10 hits.


After the tremendous response to their first two singles, "Point of No Return" and "Exposed To Love", it was clear that an entirely new era of dance music was about to spread around the world. Some called it "The Miami Sound," others referred to it as Freestyle, 80's Dance, or Dance/Pop. Whatever the genre title, we knew the group as Exposé and one thing was for certain...music would never be the same again.

Their first album, Exposure, was released in 1986 and was an instant success on dance floors across the country. The first 4 singles released from the album would hit the Top 10 on Billboard's Top 100 charts. This success shattered records previously held by the Beatles and the Supremes with the most Top 10 hits off of a debut album. Exposure would eventually hit triple platinum status and the album would be considered one of the most successful dance albums ever released.

Expose’s success continued in 1989 with the release of their second album, What You Don’t Know. Like Exposure, the first 3 singles released from the album made it to Billboard’s Top 10. This earned Expose another place in history as the first girl group to have 7 back-to-back Top 10 hits on Billboard’s Top 100 chart.


Exposure (1985)
What You Don't Know (1989)
Expose (1992)
Greatest Hits (1995)

Top 10 Hits:
Season's Change
Point of No Return
Come Go With Me
Let Me Be The One
What You Don't Know
Tell Me Why
I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)

Set List

Expose offers 2 types of shows:

Track show
This is a 30 minute track show featuring all three vocalists singing their most popular hits to pre-recorded music.

Full Band show
This exciting 75 minute action packed show really gets the crowd on their feet. A four piece band plays all of their greatest hits and more while the three vocalists sing their hearts out and interacting with the crowd.