Whitney Houston

Real Name:Whitney Elizabeth Houston

American singer, songwriter, model and actress.

Born: 9 August 1963 in Newark, New Jersey, USA.
Died: 11 February 2012 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA (aged 48).

Discovered by Michael Zager when she was 14. Indeed, Whitney sang with her mother Cissy Houston on the track "Life's A Party" of The Michael Zager Band. Whitney made her TV debut April 29, 1983, on "The Merv Griffin Show." The 19-year-old singer had just signed a recording deal with Clive Davis and Arista Records and performed the song "Home" from the "Wizard of Oz" musical "The Wiz." After her performance, Davis and Griffin both embraced her.

Married to Bobby Brown on 18 Jul 1992, but separated in October 2006 and divorced 24 April 2007. The marriage produced a daughter, Bobbi Kristina Brown.

Houston appeared in a number of films. Her first starring role was in "The Bodyguard" (1992), the soundtrack of which won the 1994 Grammy Award for Album Of The Year. Houston's single from it, "I Will Always Love You" (a Dolly Parton cover), became one of the best-selling singles in music history.

Houston was the daughter of soul/gospel singer Cissy Houston and cousin of Dionne Warwick and Dee Dee Warwick. Her godmother was Aretha Franklin.

Houston had a Mezzo-soprano, Spinto Soprano vocal type. Vocal range: 3.2 Octaves. A2- C6 (approx) , Facebook , Imdb , Tiktok , Wikipedia , YouTube
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