A singer admired for her warm, crystalline vocal tone and smooth light-pop songs, Australia's Helen Reddy is best remembered for the chart-topping feminist anthem "I Am Woman" (1972). She reached the Top 40 over a dozen more times through the late '70s, including with the U.S. number ones "Delta Dawn" (1973) and "Angie Baby" (1974). During the peak of her career, she had a pair of Top Ten albums (1973's Long Hard Climb and the next year's Free and Easy) and briefly hosted her own summer variety series, The Helen Reddy Show, on NBC. Acting opportunities, including a starring role in the Disney musical film Pete's Dragon (1977), soon followed. Though she last reached the Hot 100 in 1981, Reddy found work on the stage, including a 1995 Broadway debut in the musical Blood Brothers. Meanwhile, she continued to release periodic recordings ...
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