LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Australian singer Helen Reddy, simplest identified for the feminist anthem “I Am Woman,” has died at age 78 in Los Angeles.
At some level of a occupation that spanned nearly four decades, Reddy launched 18 studio albums, with eight hits landing at No. 1 on Billboard’s adult as much as the moment chart. She also acted in movies and musicals and made more than one television appearances. She announced her retirement in 2002, nonetheless subsequently made just a few comeback concert appearances.
Reddy was most carefully linked to “I Am Woman” on her debut album in 1971. The tune with its reference to “Hear me bawl” smartly-known female empowerment and made her an icon of the feminist traipse.
The singer enjoyed a prolific occupation, acting in “Airport 1975” as a singing nun and scoring a lot of hits, together with “Ain’t No Map To Treat a Woman,” “Delta Morning time,” “Angie Child” and “You and Me Towards the World.”
Reddy died simply weeks after the free up of a film about her existence titled “I Am Woman.”
Reddy’s formative years Traci and Jordan announced that the actor-singer died Tuesday in Los Angeles.
“She was a ultimate Mother, Grandmother and a if truth be told formidable girl,” they talked about in an announcement. “Our hearts are broken. Nevertheless we bewitch consolation within the notion that her command will continue to exist forever.”
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