• Women's Work Week:Another Prodigy From Gary, Indiana-Kellee Patterson

    25 jan. 2011, 1h24m par CodyB3

    Right around the time Michael Jackson and his brothers were tearing up talent shows in Gary, Indiana, there was a teenage woman named Pat Patterson who was providing stiff competition to the soon-to-be famous siblings. Pat parlayed her talent show experience into a brief pageant career that saw her become Miss Gary, and then, in 1971, the first black Miss Indiana.

    The Jacksons, went on to their well documented career, but Pat's story is pretty interesting,too. Upon returning to Gary after Miss America she secured a job as a host on a Chicago public affairs program (Harambee- all pull together in Swahili) and continued her singing career. She also contemplated an acting career, turned down an offer to record for Motown, traded pat for Kellee, and moved to California.

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    Kellee Patterson
  • soul: some of my fav (for dl)

    9 déc. 2007, 13h07m par yusuke1200mk4

    01. "Pretty Bird" Terea
    ----taken from the album "Jazz Bizniz!" (V.A.)

    02. "I Wouldn't Change A Thing" Coke Escovedo
    ----taken from the album "Comin' At Ya!" 1976

    03. "It'll All Come Around" Patsy Gallant
    ----taken from the album "Patsy!" 1978

    04. "Keep It Up" Milton Wright
    ----taken from the album "Friends and Buddies" 1975

    05. "Please Be Truthful" Family Of Eve
    ----taken from the album "Chief's Music" 1980

    06. "Love Call" Ramsey & Company
    ----taken from the album "Ramco Music Inc."

    07. "Simple and Sweet" Ubiquity
    ----taken from the album "Starbooty" 1978

    08. "90% Of Me Is You" Gwen McCrae
    ----taken from the album "Rockin' Chair" 1975

    09. "Be All Your Own" Kellee Patterson
    ----taken from the album "Maiden Voyage" 1973

    10. "Free" Deniece Williams
    ----taken from the album "This Is Niecy" 1976