Siobhan Fahey left Bananarama in 1988 and she was replaced for only one album in 1991 by Jacquie O'Sullivan who left after promotion for the album ended. Then Bananarama became a duet for the next five albums on the years 1993, 1995, 2001, 2005 and 2009. London Records dropped the group in 1993 and they released their more current albums on a variety of music labels. Siobhan Fahey rejoined Bananarama in April 2017. Bananarama is still a trio at the time this blog entry is being written. Bananarama continues to record music and tour to support their music at this exact moment of time.
Sara Dallin, Keren Woodward and Siobhan Fahey
Siobhan Fahey was still active in the music industry between 1988 to 2016. During that period of time, she was involved with the band Shakespears Sister. The first album was originally a solo album, but a guest musician got a progressively bigger and bigger part until Shakespears Sister essentially became a duet with Marcella Detroit in the first two albums released by London Records. The first album was released in 1989 and the second and the bands biggest success to date in 1992. However, Siobhan Fahey's bout with depression just before a huge gig at Royal Albert's Hall ended the duet with Marcella Detroit leaving Shakespears Sister. The remaining albums released by Shakespears Sister was essentially a solo act for Siobhan Fahey. Shakespears Sister was put on hold when Siobhan Fahey rejoined Bananarama.