Carleen Anderson

Born 10 May 1957.
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Carleen Anderson reflects on the inner 'pain' some singers have and how it's never forgotten

Carleen Anderson on the inner 'pain' some singers have and how it's never forgotten

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Carleen Anderson (born 10 May 1957) is an American soul singer, who has had success in the United Kingdom. She is the daughter of the singer Vicki Anderson and stepdaughter of Bobby Byrd, and is most well known as the lead singer in the Young Disciples as well as for her own solo career.

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  1. Review of Alberta's GrandDaughter

    Alberta's GrandDaughter

    Reviewed by Greg Boraman
    This latest album from Carleen Anderson tells a fascinating, compelling and slightly...