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Hot was a vocal trio based in Los Angeles, California, whose was Gwen Owens (born June 19, ), Cathy Carson (née Catherine Sue Fiebach) (October 8, – June 26, ), and Juanita Curiel (born February 25, ). The group had a million-selling .
Lead singer Gwen Owens was a native of Detroit , where she had begun singing in church, and after being discovered at a high-school talent show, she recorded for local record labels from the mids. Ultimately Motown decided not to proceed with "Motown South," dropping Owens. Her five completed Muscle Shoals tracks were shopped to other labels, with the newly formed Casablanca Records picking up the tracks "You Better Watch Out" and "Everybody Needs Love" for release in ; the same single was re-issued in on Warner Bros. Records - then a Casablanca affiliate - without commercial success. Owens had remained signed with Ivey and Woodford but, as Motown was not interested in Owens, Ivey and Woodford were unable to record her until after ending their affiliation with the label in At this point, Ivey and Woodford opened their own Muscle Shoals recording facility, Wishbone Studios, where the trio of Owens, Carson, and Cathaway were the intended inaugural act. Picked up by Big Tree Records for release, "Angel in Your Arms" broke in Florida in February , debuting that month on the Billboard Hot at 97, gradually accruing sufficient airplay to enter the Pop Top 40 that April and proceed to number 6 that July.