Marshall Chapman

Genres: Pop / Rock
Tags: country singer-songwriter blues singer-songwriters female artists female vocalists classic rock indie rock alternative folk folk-rock 80's under 2000 listeners legend cowhat fav sxsw2006 70's Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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7 January 1949, Spartanburg, North Carolina, USA. Chapman came from a wealthy family and spent time in France before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1973. She signed with Epic Records and toured as a rock act, but found her songs had more favour with country audiences. Her composition, ‘A Woman’s Heart (Is A Handy Place To Be)’, was covered by Crystal Gayle and by Jessi Colter. ‘Somewhere South Of Macon’ was considered too outspoken for country radio. She also achieved notoriety with ‘Don’t Get Me Pregnant’.

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