Louisiana Woman 3:430:00/3:43
Three Wishes 4:100:00/4:10
Blues House 4:120:00/4:12
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Glenda Dotson was born in Pineville, Louisiana.
She is the daughter of a career army father and Minister. She enjoyed traveling all over the world and the United States for the first thirteen years of her life.
When she entered high school in Little Rock, Arkansas, she brought her unique vocal style to the acappella choir and the international youth group "Up With People".
Glenda's vocal and musical talents led her to be awarded Miss Bronze Little Rock and she also was awarded Miss Bronze Arkansas in 1971
Glenda made her professional singing debut in Austin, Texas. She was the lead vocalists for the bands Memphis Train and Black Coffee, which performed at Antones, The Elephant Room, and The Saxon Pub., to name a few.
Glenda now resides in Alexandria, Louisiana, where she has been thrilling audiences with her soulful vocal style and demanding stage presence.
She is recording songs for her new release in Austin at Wire Recording Studios. . The sessions are being produced by longtime friend and bandmate, Harry Bodine. Harry is also co- writing and playing guitars on all the songs.
Helping out on the recordings are:
John Magnie and Steve Amedee (The Subdudes).
Nick Connolly (Delbert McClinton)
Larry Fulcher ( Taj Mahal, Phantom Blues Band, Ruthie Foster)
Matt Hubbard ( 7 Walkers, Edie Brickell)
Sheree Smith (Black Pumas, Ruthie Foster)
Robbie Kid (Papa Mali)
Mike Roeder (Extreme Heat)
Recorded at Wire Recording by Stuart Sullivan Austin, TX