The Brides of Funkenstein were a musical group comprised of Lynn Mabry and Dawn Silva. Previously background singers for Sly Stone, Mabry and Silva joined the P-Funk collective in 1977. George Clinton renamed them, and recorded their first album, "Funk Or Walk", for Atlantic Records in 1978. The Brides of Funkenstein charted at Number 7 on the R&B Hit charts, "Disco To Go" was certified gold. The duo became the opening act fixture of the P-Funk road shows.