Your Love Still Brings Me To My Knees
I Got The Music In Me
What a feeling!
You-2005 Single Mix
Marcia Hines is a legend. Her albums are called simpy Queen of Pop and Diva. If America had Dionne & the UK had Dusty, Australia had Marcia.
Australia's undisputed "Queen of Soul", Marcia Hines has been praised as "arguably the best female singer in Australia" and since her Australian professional debut in 1970 at the tender age of 17, she has been thrilling audiences with her superb and soulful voice. A consummate performer who is equally at home in the theatre, on the concert stage or on television, Marcia is one of Australia's best-loved and most successful performers, and she remains Australia's top-selling female recording artist of all time!
"Time of Our Lives," hit number 31 in June 1999 and polled at number 29 on the Top 100 Most Played Tracks on Australian Radio for 1999.
Time of Our Lives eventually rose to no.17 in July 1999 and the third single, "Making My Way" was released in September. Her version of "The Lord's Prayer" appeared on the charity album Spirit of Christmas in December which was followed by the single "Woo Me" in January 2000. The Queen of Pop album was released on BMG in 2000 and in 2001, the anthology, DIVA, was released through Warner, supported by the single "(I've Got To) Believe." A fully authorized biography, Diva: The Life of Marcia Hines, was published in October 2001.
Marcia Hines was born in Boston (USA) in 1953 and arrived in Australia in April 1970 at the age of 16 to appear in the Sydney production of Hair. That in turn led to her taking the role of Mary Magdalene in the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar. While American born, she now lives and breathes everything Australia.
In 2003 Marcia became one of the judges on the popular show, Australian Idol.........
Posted by SteveGoesPOP! at Sunday, April 02, 2006