Chanteuse Country US née Dottsy Brodt le 6 avril 1954 à Seguin (Texas).

US Country singer born Dottsy Brodt, 6 April 1954, Sequin, near San Antonio, Texas, USA. In 1966, at the age of 12, Brodt was already singing in clubs in her local area as part of a trio. She reached the finals of a major talent competition on KBER San Antonio in 1969 and appeared on television in her own show. In 1972, she began to study special education (for teaching handicapped or subnormal children) at the University of Texas, but found time to form her own band, Meadow Muffin. While singing at a convention in San Antonio, she came to the attention of Happy Shahan, who gave her the chance to appear at major events with Johnny Rodriguez and helped her to get a contract with RCA Records. Her first single, ‘Storms Never Last’, written by Jessi Colter, became a Top 20 US country chart hit in 1975 and was quickly followed by Susanna Clark’s ‘I’ll Be Your San Antone Rose’. In the late 70s, she had further hits, including a Top 10 with ‘(After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again’. In 1979, Waylon Jennings played guitar and added harmony vocals to Dottsy’s lead when she recorded his song ‘Trying To Satisfy You’, resulting in another Top 20 hit. When it appeared that she would go on to major stardom, she decided to cut back on her singing and concentrate on completing her college education. By the early 80s she was fully involved in working with autistic and mentally retarded children. Her last chart entry was a 1981 minor hit on Tanglewood Records with the suitably descriptive title ‘Let The Little Bird Fly’.

Talents : Singer

Style musical : Traditional Country

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I'LL BE YOUR SAN ANTONE ROSE (1975)

IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN EASY (1977)

TRYIN' TO SATISFY YOU (1978)

Années en activité :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000

DISCOGRAPHY

Singles

04/1975 SP RCA VICTOR PB-10280 (US) Storms Never Last / Follow Me
09/1975 SP RCA VICTOR PB-10423 (US) I'll Be Your San Antone Rose / If You Say It's So
05/1976 SP RCA VICTOR PB-10666 (US) The Sweetest Thing / We Still Sing Love Songs Here In Texas
09/1976 SP RCA VICTOR PB-10766 (US) Love Is A Two Way Street / Lying In My Arms
05/1977 SP RCA VICTOR PB-10982 (US) (After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again / Send Me The Pillow You Dream On
10/1977 SP RCA VICTOR PB-11138 (US) It Should Have Been Easy / Everybody's Reaching Out Of Someone
01/1978 SP RCA VICTOR PB-11203 (US) Here In Love / A Good Love Is Like A Good Song
05/1978 SP RCA VICTOR PB-11293 (US) I Just Had You On My Mind / Just Remember Who Your Friends Are
12/1978 SP RCA VICTOR PB-11448 (US) Tryin' To Satisfy You / If I Only Had The Words
05/1979 SP RCA VICTOR PB-16610 (US) Slip Away / Love Is Two-Way Street
09/1979 SP RCA VICTOR PB-11743 (US) When I'm Gone / Storms Never Last
04/1981 SP TANGLEWOOD TGW-1908 (US) Somebody's Darling, Somebody's Wife / Sing Me A Love Song
08/1981 SP TANGLEWOOD TGW-1910 (US) Let The Little Bird Fly / Love In My Baby's Arms
12/1981 SP TANGLEWOOD TGW-1912 (US) Mama / The Healing Hands Of Time


Albums

1976 LP 12" RCA VICTOR APL1-1358 (US) THE SWEETEST THING - I'll Be Your San Antone Rose / If I Only Had The Words (To Tell You) / We Still Sing Love Songs Here In Texas / There Is A Place / Lying In My Arms / The Sweetest Thing / A Good Love Is Like A Good Song / Storms Never Last / Follow Me / Just Remember Who Your Friends Are
04/1979 LP 12" RCA VICTOR AHL1-3380 (US) TRYIN' TO SATISFY  YOU - Slip Away / It Should Have Been Easy / So Hard Living Without You / Tryin' To Satisfy You / Lying In My Arms / Somebody Been Lovin' Her / (After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again / I Just Had You On My Mind / Win Some, Lose Some, Lonesome / I'm Not Trying To Forget
12/2010 CD CD BABY 41542 (US) MEET ME IN TEXAS - I'll Be Your San Antone Rose / Healing Hands Of Time / Trying To Satisfy You / Win Some, Loose Some, Lonesome / Storms Never Last / The Lonely Side Of Town / We Still Sing Love Songs Here In Texas / (After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again / While I Dream Of San Antone / Meet Me In Texas / Dear God / We Talk About The Weather (feat. Justin TREVINO)        

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