A little biography of this great artist. In 1974, arrived to Los Angeles, Cindy Bullens went to a party in the study of Elton John's recording. He made impressed up of her to the point of turning into one of his chorus-singers during three world tours, an album multiplatinum (Blue Moves), and the number one of 1975 "Don't Go Breakin' My Heart". Also she took part in Rod Stewart's Album "Atlantic Crossing", beside forming a part, in 1975, of the tour "Rolling Thunder Revue" of Bob Dylan. In 1978, she was nominated to a Grammy by her participation in the original soundtrack of the movie "Grease". Later, her debut album, "Desire Wire" (1979) had her hit single "Survivor", with a second nomination to the Grammy, by the "Better vocal interpretation of rock". - My favourite song is "Hot tears", a perfect tune -. After her wedding with Dan Crewe, she initiates an optional retirement to dedicate to her daughters. Unfortunately, in December of 1995 her daughter Jessie, 10 years, was diagnosed with cancer and died in March of 1996. Fruit of this painful moment, Cindy publishes the impressive "Somewhere Between Heaven and Earth". For Cindy no longer there was a "musical race", but simultaneously she was convinced that the music was the only thing that could give back the peace to her. Cindy has shared scene and recording studio with great rock artists: Bob Dylan, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Joe Cocker, K.D. Lang, Emmylou Harris, Lucinda Williams, John Hiatt, Steve Earle, etc. This is her first and great album never reissued on cd format. For All Music: "One of the great lost rock albums of the '70s, Bullens' debut release is full of tough, passionate, incredibly catchy rock & roll played to the hilt and sung with fire. (4 1/2 stars)"
Survivor / Anxious Heart / Desire Wire / Time 'N Charges / High School History / Mean In Your Heart / Hot Tears / Knee Deep In Love / Finally Rockin'