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Sandy Posey

Sandy Posey, born on June 18, 1944 in Jasper, AL, United States, is a talented artist who seamlessly blends pop and country music with a touch of gospel. Drawing comparisons to Skeeter Davis and Brenda Lee, Posey's distinctive style has captivated audiences for decades. She has collaborated with renowned performers such as Bobby Goldsboro, Tommy Roe, and Joe Tex. Notably, Posey lent her powerful vocals as a backup singer on Percy Sledge's iconic track "When a Man Loves a Woman." Her million-selling signature hit from 1966 titled "Born a Woman" remains an enduring classic that was even covered by Nick Lowe.

With her unique sound and captivating performances, Sandy Posey has carved out her own place in the music industry. Her talent shines through as she effortlessly combines different genres to create memorable songs that resonate with listeners. Alongside her successful solo career, Posey has shared the stage with some of the most influential artists of her time.

If you enjoy the sounds of Helen Shapiro, Johnny Tillotson or Sue Thompson among others like Gene Pitney or Julie Rogers - then Sandy Posey's music will surely strike a chord with you. Her melodic tunes have drawn inspiration from various artists across different eras while maintaining her distinct musical identity.


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