b. 23 November 1952, Nelson, New Zealand. O’Neill can be an founded singer-songwriter in her indigenous country. She initial began executing in the first 70s, winning many ‘Queen Of Pop’ honours and showing up as vocalist/pianist with several soft rock rings, including Suitewater, Chapta and Shiner. She agreed upon a recording agreement with CBS Information in Sept 1978. Unlike various other singer-songwriters her materials was piano-based instead of electric guitar, but her music generally involved a music group. Her early albums quickly became favored by the general public, culminating in platinum honours for Probably and Foreign Affairs, plus many hit singles. Following albums weren’t so successful along with a dispute with her record firm held her unrecorded between 1984 and 1986. A fresh agreement with Polydor Information saw the discharge of Danced WITHIN THE Fireplace in 1987. This record garnered good testimonials and radio support but generated poor product sales. After one additional album, 1990’s Advantage Of Wintertime, O’Neill concentrated on her behalf songwriting career.