Jody Miller

Genres: Holiday & Seasonal Pop / Rock
Tags: country pop 70s female vocalists oldies female vocalist 60s Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1960s 1970s 1980s 2000s
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Myrna Joy Brooks, 29 November 1941, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Raised in Blanchard, Oklahoma, Miller’s father loved country music and played fiddle, and all her four sisters were singers. She led a folk trio while still at school and, after graduation, moved to California to pursue a singing career, but a severe car accident forced her to return home. She established herself locally after appearing on Tom Paxton’s television show, and gained a reputation as a folk-singer. Actor Dale Robertson introduced her to Capitol Records, and her first album, Wednesday’s Child, was a blend of folk and pop music. Her first US chart success was with ‘He Walks Like A Man’ and then she went to number 12 with the answer to Roger Miller’s ‘King Of The Road’, ‘Queen Of The House’. As a result, she won a Grammy for the Best Female Country Performance. She recorded a dramatic teen anthem about being misunderstood, ‘Home Of The...

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