Eugene Wilde (born Ron Broomfield, 6 December 1961, West Palm Beach, Miami, Florida, United States) is an American rnb/soul singer-songwriter, who scored two #1 hits on the U.S. soul charts in the 1980s. Wilde grew up as part of a family group, La Voyage, playing in local clubs. In the 1970s, the group became Tight Connection, and was later known as Simplicious. Broomfield also recorded an album with Curtom Records in 1979 as a member of Today, Tomorrow, Forever. He changed his name after seeing an advertisement in a newspaper for a nightclub which he had gone to the night before.