While mainly a blues vocalist, Lady Bianca first earned see as a program singer on an array of tasks including recordings from Van Morrison, Frank Zappa and Merle Haggard. Blessed Bianca Thornton in Kansas Town, Missouri on August 8, 1953, she was inspired by gospel as a kid and studied on the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Conservatory of Music before financing her contralto towards the function of Billie Visit to an acclaimed creation of Jon Hendrick’s Progression from the Blues; in the first ’80s, she made an appearance on Morrison LPs including Gorgeous Eyesight and Inarticulate Talk of the Center, and also supported blues legends like John Lee Hooker and Willie Dixon. In the past due ’80s, Female Bianca teamed with songwriter Stanley Lippitt, an alliance which yielded several monitors that grabbed the eye of Joe Louis Walker and subsequently resulted in an archive deal; she produced her single debut in 1995 with Greatest Kept Top secret. Her long-awaited follow-up made an appearance six years down the road Rooster Blues.
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