She is a singer-songwriter born in Bessemer, Atlanta,
who spent her high school years where some of the other students included
Frederick Knight and William Bell aka Bill Spoon of Bill Spoon & The
Soul Notes.She joined up with
a group of singers and musicians in Brooklyn in the early 1970s and became
a founder member of the King Davis House Rockers in 1972, soon changing to
Madison Street Express and Brothers Trucking.Within a year or so they had evolved into Brooklyn
Transit Express and soon became familiarly known as B.T. Express. She sang
with them on lead vocals throughout the next 3 or 4 years or so, seeing
success from 1974 with the gold disc winning hits "Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)"
and her co-written "Express" as well as several other chart hitting songs
and albums.She still makes
occasional appearances with members of the group at events such as the 2004
Soul-Patrol East Convention in New Jersey and in 2006 she featured as a
vocalist with Brass Construction on a tour of France, which included an
appearance at the Fiesta des Suds in Marseilles.