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High Inergy was an all female American R&B vocal quartet from Pasadena, CA. High Inergy began in 1976 when the group was discovered by Gwen Gordy Fuqua, the sister of Motown Records founder Berry Gordy. At the time, the group consisted of Barbara Mitchell, her sister Vernessa Mitchell, Linda Howard and Michelle Martin. The Mitchell sisters were singers, while Howard and Martin were known primarily as dancers. Fashioned after Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, the group was signed to Motown subsidiary Gordy in 1977. Their first single, “You Can’t Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turning Me On)”, reached #2 R&B and U.S #12. The group became a trio when Vernessa Mitchell left after their second album to pursue a career in gospel music. Barbara Mitchell replaced her as lead singer. The group scored nine R&B hits before disbanding in 1984. Group member Linda Howard died on December 9, 2012. They released the albums “Turnin On” (1977), “Steppin Out” (1978), “Shoulda Gone Dancin” (1979), “Frenzy” (1979), “Hold On” (1980), “High Inergy” (1981), “So Right” (1982) and “Groove Patrol” (1983).