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Oleta Adams
Oleta Adams
Background info
Full name Oleta Angela Adams
Birthday/Birthplace (1953-05-04) May 4, 1953
Seattle, Washington, United States
Genre(s) Gospel, soul, jazz
Profession(s) Vocals, actor
Instruments Singer, piano
Active Years 1980–present
Record Labels
  • Fontana / Mercury (1989–96)
  • Harmony (1997–99)
  • Monarch Records / Pioneer (2001–02)
  • E1 Music (2006–09)
Worked with Tears for Fears
Official Website www.oletaadams.com

Oleta Adams (Seattle, Washington, May 4, 1953) is an American actress, pianist and singer of gospel music, soul music and jazz.

Oleta Adams’s Biography

Daughter of a preacher, grew up listening to gospel music. In his youth, his family moved to Yakima, Washington, and is sometimes shown as his birthplace. He began his musical career singing in an African-American church. In the 1970s he moved to Los Angeles, California, where he recorded a demo; however, it did not have acceptance within the executive staff of the music industry.

With the advice of his singing teacher, Lee Farrell, Adams moved to Kansas City, where he performed a series of concerts. His professional career began in the early 1980s with the publication of self-funded albums that had limited success.

In 1985, Adams was discovered by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith, founders of the English band Tears for Fears who were touring the United States, while he was performing in a hotel bar in Kansas City. Two years later, they contacted her to invite her to join her band as a singer and pianist on their next album The Seeds of Love.

The album was released in 1989, and the single “Woman in Chains” & amp; dmash, a duo between Adams and Orzabal, with Phil Collins on drums-became his first hit. Adams embarked on a world tour with Tears For Fears in 1990, and acted as the opening act at the beginning of each show, while remaining on stage with Tears For Fears with his piano and voice.

1990s

After working with Tears For Fears, he signed a contract with the record label Fontana Records and restarted his solo career in 1990, with the assistance of Orzabal who co-produced his new album, Circle of One. The album was acclaimed by critics and – after a slow start – reached number 1 in the United Kingdom in 1991 after which she released the cover “Get Here” by Brenda Russell, for which she received a Grammy Award nomination for best vocal performance of R & B female. The song reached was within the first five positions of the lists in the United Kingdom and the United States, and became popular during the conflict of the Gulf War in 1991 as the families of the troops deployed in the region took the melody As an anthem, in 1991, he signed with the independent label Fairwood Music, and collaborated in the tribute album Two Rooms: Celebrating the Songs of Elton John & amp; Bernie Taupin of Elton John and Bernie Taupin with a version of the song “Do not Let the Sun Go Down On Me” of 1974 by John; this song allowed him to enter the lists of the United Kingdom.

His next album, Evolution (1993), was also a commercial success and entered the charts within the top 10; In addition, he released his single “Window of Hope.” In 1995, he launched Moving On with which he ventured into the R & B and returned to perform a duet with Roland Orzabal for the single “Me and my Big Ideas” from the album Raoul and the Kings of Spain by Tears For Fears the same year. Two years later he launched the Come Walk with Me, with which he approaches Christian music.

In 1998, she toured as a guest vocalist on a Phil Collins tour.

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