Jenny Burton


Dance - disco - boogie singer

Born on 18.11,1957 in New York, N.Y., U.S.A.
Married to Broadway songwriter Peter Link.
Has worked as receptionist at Bell Records (3).
In mid 70's, she duetted with Dooley Silverspoon on several rare disco singles, at Cotton Records (2), like "Nobody Loves Me Like I Do" and "American Music (Made In The U.S.A.)".
After a small series of singles with C-Bank she released three mid-80's solo albums.
Her biggest hits are "Bad Habits", "Remember What You Like" and "Players".
She covered Bad Company (3)'s "Rock Steady" and sung two songs in the soundtrack of "Beat Street", one of them, the duet - love theme of the film "Strangers In A Strange World (Love Theme From Beat Street)" with Patrick Jude.

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