Before Ana Voog evolved into the musician/graphic artist/ performance artist/multimedia cyber babe of the late '90s, she was Rachel Olsen, frontwoman for the all-female '80s alt-pop band the Blue Up?. When the group disbanded in 1995, this Minneapolis native set forth to showcase her own eclectic artistic style, modeled after the sexual performance art of Annie Sprinkle. With support from Prince and the Revolution drummer Bobby Z. Voog signed onto Radioactive/Wasteland Records (MCA) in 1996 and created her own live-cam website the following year. Bobby Z. produced her solo debut, Ana Voog.Com, which was released in 1998.
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