Pauline Henry began her career as a recording artist signed to SonyBMG, as a member of the band ‘The Chimes’
Fame followed quickly. They are best known for their hits like “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For “ which became UK Top ten and “Heaven”. Bono from U2 consider her an inspiration. Bono commented that the “Chimes” cover version of their hit "I Still Haven't Found What Im Looking For" was the “only cover version he had heard that he enjoyed and did the original justice", adding "at last someone's come along to sing it properly". It reached no 6 in the national United Kingdom “UK”. In the United States “U.S.” (The Chimes) song “1-2-3", reached the Billboard Hot 100 at #86 in 1990. It spent two weeks at chart-topper #1 on the U.S. Hot Dance Music/Club Play. The follow-up, "Heaven," reached No 24 in the “UK”, and in the US, it was a #1 Dance chart hit, and still remains a favorite in many DJ’s box today.
Pauline Henry then went solo and released two albums: “Pauline” and “Do Over” which include hits like I Feel Like Making Love”, “Too many people”, and “‘Sugarfree’’ to name a few. ”The ﬁnest singer to come from the British Isles” The Rolling Stone.. Billboard-Rock USA. She took an hiatus form the music industry and gained a Bachelors Degree in Law and a Masters Degree in Intellectual Property Law. Offering workshops in Motivational Speaker of Copyright Law.
Since returning to the music industry in 2010 Pauline Henry has set up her own Music Label. Using her entrepreneurial passion, and drawing on more than 20 years experience as a singer songwriter, is the founder of Diamond In Venus, an IP company, which specializes in the recording, publishing and exploitation of copyright in Music , also developing other Artiste along the way. Now alongside recording and performing new material, Pauline shares her breadth of knowledge and industry experience as a Consultant and Motivational speaker in Copyright, and offers vocal Master Classes For Recording Artists.
“Finally I feel like I broke through my chains.” This is how Pauline Henry describes herself as she makes her way to the airwaves with her brand new single Sunshine (Happiness). Sunshine (Happiness) brings an uplifting gospel influenced that has always been in Pauline Henry blood, “Going back to my roots,” as she would say.
Pauline’s single Sunshine Happiness (watch video)