Pat Henderson is a singer who was an original member of the Doodletown Pipers, which also contained members such as Jim Gilstrap along with many others. She was also the lead singer of the Jean Leccia Interpolation.
She sung on countless recordings by artists and groups that cover at least a 20 year period from the ’70s through to the ’90s and just some of them include Gregg Allman, The Babys, Natalie Cole, Idris Muhammed, Maria Muldaur and Bill Summers.
Some of the many albums featuring Pat’s singing talents include Miss Randy Crawford by Randy Crawford, Complete Collection and Then Some by Barry Manilow, Rhapsody in Blue by Walter Murphy, Living in the U.S.A. by Linda Ronstadt, Thunder in My Heart by Leo Sayer, Hits! by Bozz Scaggs and the soundtrack of Grease.
Her daughter is the reporter Jamala Henderson.
Pat Henderson sings here on “Carnival” from The Jean Leccia Interpolation…