She is a singer who was discovered by Harold Melvin
and joined Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes on several of their
recordings from 1974.
She performed on songs by the group that include “After
You Love Me, Why Do You Leave Me” and “Tonight’s the Night” and saw success
with the duet with Teddy Pendergrass “Hope That We Can Be Together Soon” which
went to No. 1 on the R&B chart in 1975. After Teddy Pendergrass left the group in 1976 she held
a more prominent position within the group, occasionally singing lead
She left them sometime for a brief period during the early
1980s but returned to continue touring and performing with them. After Harold Melvin passed away in
1997 she continued as one of Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes who are maintaining
his musical legacy.