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Bio

Patti LaBelle is an African-American singer and actress who has been called the Godmother of Soul. She is best known for her array of hits that include “If Only You Knew,” “On My Own,” “New Attitude” and “Stir It Up.”

 

Actress and singer Patti LaBelle is widely regarded as the queen of rock & soul music. She has received acclaim for many of her songs, including “Lady Marmalade,” “When You Talk About Love,” and “New Attitude.” She began her career as part of the Ordettes in 1959, who became The Bluebelles in 1961. Her success as a solo artist started in 1983 when she released her hit album I’m in Love Again.

 

Going out on the road, the BlueBelles earned national fame at The Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, where they became “Apollo Sweethearts.” The group also enjoyed modest success with remakes of songs such as “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” and their ballad “Down the Aisle (The Wedding Song)” became a top 40 hit. Yet nothing compared to their early success. In 1967, Cindy Birdsong left the group to join forces with Diana Ross and the Supremes. Meanwhile, the remaining members of the BlueBelles tried to pull out of their musical slump.

 

In 1970, unable to recreate their early success, the BlueBelles were dropped from their label and abandoned by their managers. Patti turned to promoter Vicki Wickham for help with their antiquated image. Under Wickham’s management, the group changed their name to the edgier “LaBelle,” altered their fashion to reflect the 70s glam rock era, and pushed the limits with their lyrics and music. After releasing several albums on the Warner Bros. label, their 1974 release Nightbirds finally caught on with listeners. The first single off the album, “Lady Marmalade,” about a seductress in New Orleans, became the group’s first No. 1 hit in 12 years.

In response to the album’s success, LaBelle began a whirlwind tour, becoming the first group to play at the Metropolitan Opera House, and the first black vocal group to land the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Yet, underneath the success, there was a layer of tension within the group over musical direction. In 1977, after creative differences, the group split up to focus on solo projects.

 

Patti LaBelle released her eponymous solo debut in 1977, which received critical acclaim. In 1982, after the moderate success of albums such as Tasty (1978) and Released (1980), LaBelle recorded the ballad “The Best is Yet to Come”, which reached No. 14 on the R&B chart, and garnered LaBelle her first solo Grammy Award nomination. That same year she had a No. 1 hit with “On My Own,” sung with Michael MacDonald. Throughout the 80s, LaBelle continued to score hits with songs such as 1984’s “New Attitude” and “Stir It Up,” which both became pop radio staples, as well as 1989’s “If You Asked Me To.”

In 1991, LaBelle released Burnin’, which hit gold status and landed the singer her first Grammy Award. She was honored again for her work in 1993, when she was given a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She also continued releasing popular albums throughout the 90s, including Gems(1994), Flame (1997), and Live! One Night Only (1998)—which won LaBelle her a second Grammy.

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