This rock singer/songwriter sang three lead vocals around the movie soundtrack for Grease and sang backup with Elton John before cutting some albums of her own. After 1979’s Take the night time, Bullens didn’t return with fresh material for ten years, liberating a self-titled work on MCA in 1989; another ten-year space preceded the discharge of SOMEWHERE WITHIN Heaven & Globe, an album influenced from the tragic cancer-related loss of life from the singer’s 11-year-old child, Jessie. Bullens came back more quickly next time around with 2001’s Neverland. In 2005, Bullens released the tougher-sounding Desire #29. A season afterwards, a live concert record appeared. This year 2010, Bullens released her eighth-studio work Howling Trains and Barking Canines.
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|Freddy's Return: A Nightmare Reborn||2009||Video performer: "Freddy My Love"|
|What Makes a Family||2001||TV Movie performer: "As Long As You Love Scarlet Wings" / writer: "As Long As You Love Scarlet Wings"|
|Double Jeopardy||1999||"No Use Talkin'"|
|Desperate Hours||1990||performer: "FIGHT FOR ME", "BREAKIN' THE CHAIN", "LETTERS OF FIRE" / writer: "FIGHT FOR ME", "BREAKIN' THE CHAIN", "LETTERS OF FIRE"|
|New American Bandstand 1965||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 1980 writer - 1 episode, 1980|
|Grease||1978||performer: "It's Raining on Prom Night", "Mooning", "Freddy, My Love"|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1980||TV Series||Herself|
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