Yvonne Gage (born 1959) is a backing vocalist and a soul singer, mainly active in the 1980s.
Her work as a session musician includes providing vocals for far "popular" and prolific music artists, including Celine Dion, Joe Smooth, Gene Chandler and R. Kelly.
Her only album Virginity, featuring cover showing mildly risque figures of the singer wearing a seal-fur coat, was released in 1984 under the independent Chicago International Music label. The album includes a song called "Doin' It In A Haunted House" which is a shameless ripoff of "Thriller", the classic Micheal Jackson song. "Mad About Cha" obviously attempted to borrow the Minneapolis Sound that propelled Prince to super stardom with Purple Rain - also released in 1984.