R&B vocalist Carleen Anderson was introduced to music young, seeing that both her mom (Vicki Anderson) and stepfather (pianist Bobby Byrd) toured through the entire ’60s and ’70s with the fantastic James Brown. Because of her parents continuously being on the highway, Anderson was raised in Houston, TX, and grew up by her grandparents, until relocating to LA to review music on the School of South California. Oddly enough, Anderson was initially pursuing a profession in teaching music, not really performing, however when she was asked by her mom to sing in a J.B. All Superstars in London circa 1988, Anderson transformed her brain. She create a home in England, signing up for up with Youthful Disciples in the first ’90s and showing up on the lone full-length discharge, 1991’s Street to Independence. After Adolescent Disciples break up in 1993, Anderson embarked on a single career, issuing a set of produces — 1994’s Accurate Nature and 1998’s Blessed Burden, furthermore to financing her skills to recordings by such acclaimed Uk performers as Bryan Ferry (1994’s Mamouna), Paul Weller, (1992’s self-titled launch and 1995’s Stanley Street), and Dr. John (1998’s Anutha Area). Anderson was after that asked to join the newest Heavies, however the union just last some time, as she break up through the group in the first 21st hundred years to focus on a third single album.
|1||Was lead singer with early 90s soul band The Young Disciples.|
|2||Daughter of singer Vicki Anderson and step-daughter of pianist Bobby Byrd.|
|The Fall||2006||soloist musician: voices|
|Stolen Moments.: Red Hot+Cool||1994||TV Movie documentary performer: "The Creator Has a Masterplan"|
|The Javone Prince Show||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest Performer|
|Soul Britannia||2007||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
|Exclusive||1999||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Top of the Pops||1991-1998||TV Series||Herself|
|Later... With Jools Holland||1994-1997||TV Series||Herself|
|Stolen Moments.: Red Hot+Cool||1994||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
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