Yvonne Elliman( Singer)
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Biography Yvonne Elliman
Yvonne Elliman was born December 29, 1951, Mr.. in Honolulu, Hawaii.
During the school she sang in the group "We folk", before moving to London. In 1969, she was singing in London clubs, Kings Road and Chelsea, where she was found, Rice and Webber, who offered her the role of Mary Magdalene in "Jesus Christ Superstar" ( "Jesus Christ - Superstar"), thus providing a spotlight. She participated in both the film and in the show, staged on Broadway. Also, this role gave her the first hit - single "I Don't Know How To Love Him" 1972, her debut for the company Polydor. Ian Gillan (Deep Purple) subsequently signed a contract with her. Yvonne recorded an album for Decca Records in New York before returning to London.
Speaking in the Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar, she met and married Bill Oka (Bill Oakes), President of the RSO. A Bill was presented to Eric Clapton and invited backing vocalist for singles - "I Shot The Sheriff". Then signed a contract with RSO and solo recorded "Rising Sun", which was produced by Steve Cropper. Her next album, "Love Me" reached the UK Top 10 Hit. In 1977. she recorded the soundtrack "Saturday night fever" with the Bee Gees.
. In subsequent years, she concentrated on session work, although in 1980 recorded a duet with Stephen Bishop (Stephen Bishop).
. 1972 - I don't know how to love him
. 1972 - Yvonne Elliman
. 1973 - Food of Love
. 1975 - Rising Sun
. 1976 - Love Me
. 1978 - Night Fight
. 1979 - Yvonne
. C 1974 to 1996
. work with Eric Clapton
1995 - The Very Best of Yvonne Elliman
1997 - The Best of Yvonne Elliman