Regina Regina was an American country music duo formed in 1995. The duo consisted of female singers Regina Leigh and Regina Nicks, respectively natives of North Carolina and Houston, Texas. Leigh was formerly a backing vocalist in Reba McEntire's road band, while Nicks was a personal assistant for McEntire and a former member of Dave & Sugar. The two met through the assistance of producer Wally Wilson, who wanted to include Nicks in a female duo. Nicks felt that she was unable to find a suitable singing partner until Leigh heard one of her demos and decided that she wanted to work with Nicks. The two were brought to Giant Records then-president James Stroud in 1995.
|Associated acts||Dave & Sugar|
|Past members||Regina Leigh|
|US Country||CAN Country|
|1997||"More Than I Wanted to Know"||53||26||Regina Regina|
|"Right Plan, Wrong Man"||—||88|
|"Asking for the Moon"||—||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1997||"More Than I Wanted to Know"||Jim Hershleder|
|"Right Plan, Wrong Man"||Marc Ball|
|"Asking for the Moon"||Jim Hershleder|
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- Flippo, Chet (December 14, 1996). "Giant Squares Away Debut Album from Duo Regina Regina". Billboard: 24, 26.
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- "CMT : Videos : Regina Regina : Right Plan, Wrong Man". Country Music Television. Retrieved October 14, 2011.
- "CMT : Videos : Regina Regina : Asking For The Moon". Country Music Television. Retrieved October 14, 2011.