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After the show, he met her and told her that he and his bassist André Cymone "were just fighting about which one of us would be the first to be your husband".
He also prophetically vowed that one day she would join his band.
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The two became friends and would frequently jam together, but their first recorded collaboration emerged in 1984 with “Erotic City” -- the B-side of the Hot 100 No. From there, he launched her career -- in a fashion similar to the way he launched The Time, Vanity 6 and Apollonia 6 and others -- but with a level of respect that he’d later show with more-established artists on his Paisley Park label, like Mavis Staples and George Clinton. 1 & 2 After Death She released three albums in as many years -- .
-- but, as she describes below, she grew tired of being a solo artist and decided to join Prince’s band as drummer/singer.
Their romance, which had been on since the Purple Rain Tour, grew -- to the extent that Prince proposed to her one night in Europe in 1987 when the band was in the middle of playing “Purple Rain.” But the grueling, six-month-long 1988-89 Lovesexy Tour put a strain on the relationship, and Sheila parted company with Prince and the band shortly after it ended.
But they remained close and she’d frequently guest with him onstage over the years, most recently in 2011.
A former protégé of Prince, Sheila became a drummer in his band before branching off into solo musical projects.
She also is the niece of Coke Escovedo, who was in Santana and formed the band Azteca.
Nicole Richie is Sheila E.'s biological niece, the daughter of Sheila's musician brother, Peter Michael Escovedo.
She's co-founder (along with Lynn Mabry) of the "Lil' Angel Bunny Foundation", an organization that "provides abused, abandoned and severely emotionally disturbed children compassionate care by implementing an alternative method of recreational and education therapy through music and the arts and funding special services and programs that assist the needs of these children using these fundamental methods".
She made her recording debut with jazz bassist Alphonso Johnson, "Yesterday's Dream" (1976).