|Birth Day||March 9, 1945|
|Birth Place||Chicago, IL|
|Age||75 YEARS OLD|
American soul singer who found success in the 60's and 70's with hit singles like "Dirty Man," "Women's Love Rights" and "Rip Off." She was forced to leave the music industry due to an illness before returning as a gospel artist with 1983's Jesus is the Light of My Life.
She toured with her adoptive mother's Detroit-based gospel band The Meditation Singers in the 50's.
She made a cameo appearance in the cult blaxploitation movie Detroit 9000 in 1973.
She was adopted by E. Allan Rundless from the band The Soul Stirrers and his wife Ernestine.
She was in a relationship with R&B legend Al Green in the 70's.