Singer-songwriter Jackie DeShannon is best-known as the soulful voice behind two enduring 1960s anthems: Bacharach-David’s “What The World Needs Now Is Love” and her own “Put A Little Love In Your Heart.” A pioneering female musician, Jackie has recorded a diverse range of genres: rock, folk, R&B, country, gospel and jazz.
Erstelle dein kostenloses Deezer Konto und höre Jackie DeShannon: die Top-Hits, Playlists oder die gesamte Diskografie. As both a smouldering pop starlet and one of the first successful female songwriters of the 1960s, Jackie DeShannon scored the timeless hits 'What the World Needs Now Is Love' and 'Put a Little Lo..
One of pop music's true survivors, singer/songwriter Jackie DeShannon took the less-traveled alternate routes to her own brand of success. She had several minor pop hits in the early 1960s, while at the same time writing hit tunes for the likes of Brenda Lee and the Searchers. She collaborated with everyone from Jack Nitzche and Randy Newman to ...
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Jackie was born Sharon Lee Myers on August 21, 1941, in Hazel, Kentucky to Sandra Jean and James Erwin Myers. Her father was a barber in Batavia, Illinois, where she attended high school for two years. By age six, DeShannon was singing country music on the radio and, at age eleven, she was hosting her own radio show.