Artist Wham!

Wham! entre 1984 et 1985 (CC BY-SA 2.0 / Louise Palanker)

Wham! is a British music group formed by the two singers George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley.

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    George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley met at Bushey Meads School in Bushey in 1975.

    Six years later they released their first album and decided to call themselves Wham! after the title of their single Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do).

    Shirlie Holliman and Amanda Washburn joined them to sing in the group. The latter was replaced by Dee C. Lee.

    In May 1984, Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go was released, Wham! Then came the titles Make It Big and Last Christmas.

    But the following year, the group split up because George Michael wanted to devote himself to an individual career.

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