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2008 Democratic National Convention
Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE) (L), vice presidential pick of presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), stands with Delaware Gov. Ruth Ann Minner at a roundtable discussion on women's issues hosted by Michelle Obama in Denver, Colorado on August 26, 2008. The 2008 Democratic National Convention runs through August 28 in Denver. (UPI Photo/Brian Kersey)
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Ruth-Ann Boyle (born 26 April 1970 in Sunderland) is an English pop music singer who became famous during the 1990s. Together with producers Tim Kellett and Robin Taylor-Firth, she formed the British band Olive. The band became world famous with "You're Not Alone" in 1996.

In 1999 she sang lead vocals on the track "Gravity of Love" on Enigma's album "The Screen Behind the Mirror", which was also released as a single. She also performed guest-vocals for their 2003 album Voyageur.

Her first solo album 'What About Us?', produced by Michael Cretu of Enigma, was released on iTunes in 2007

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