Detroit vocalist Sandra Feva earned a good local reputation but gained more national notoriety as a background vocalist with Aretha Franklin, George Clinton, and Prince than on her own as a solo act. She has recorded for a variety of labels, including Venture, Krisma, Catawba, Grandstand, and Robbins. The two solo singles that came closest to making an impact for her were 1979's "The Need to Be" and 1981's "Tell 'Em That I Heard It," the latter of which peaked at #33 on the R&B charts. ~ Ron WynnPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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