4 Non Blondes Plan Reunion to Benefit L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center

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By Courtney E. Smith

What’s going on? The answer, as of now, is a 4 Non Blondes one-night-only reunion.

The group’s singer/songwriter Linda Perry regularly produces “An Evening With Women” as a benefit for L.A.’s Gay & Lesbian Center and this year she’s putting herself at center stage.

In the past, featured performers have included marquee names like Christina Aguilera, P!nk, Courtney Love and Heart. This year, it seems that headliners were so hard to come by that Perry had to reform her own group, giving the event a shot of the ’90s.

“An Evening With Women” will take place on May 10. It will be hosted by Margaret Cho.

Additionally, Perry has a new reality show launching in July on VH1 called The Linda Perry Project. The sought-after producer and songwriter will relaunch her record label and mentor new talent to sign.

4 Non Blondes hit their commercial peak in 1993, when “What’s Up?” shot to No. 14 in the U.S. However, the group disbanded the next year after Perry went solo.

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