Sandy Posey is a pop singer with a country bent who became famous in the late 1960s. She is best remembered for "Born A Woman," a Grammy-nominated Top 40 hit which was her chart debut song in 1966. Her other hits included "Single Girl" (1966), "Are You Never Coming Home" (1967), "I Take It Back" (1967), and "What A Woman In Love Won't Do" (1967). She then had a string of hits on the Country charts from 1971-1983 that included "Bring Him Safely Home To Me" (1971) and two oldies remakes: "Born To Be With You" (1978) and "Love, Love, Love"/"Chapel Of Love" (1978).
Born in Jasper, AL, Posey began her music career as a session singer after graduating high school in 1962, backing such top artists as Bobby Goldboro, Elvis Presley, Tommy Roe, Percy Sledge, and Joe Tex. She resumed part-time session work in the early 1980s and has also continued to perform and record solo over the years.
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- Born A Woman 1966
(This musically upbeat song laments the trials and tribulations of being a woman.)
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