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Rita Coolidge

About Rita Coolidge

The buttermilk inflections of Rita Coolidge have graced the works of such artists as Kris Kristofferson (to whom she was married), Stephen Stills, Delaney & Bonnie, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Whether she's cooing along to a Country-Folk song or belting out the gospel of her soul, Coolidge serenades the listener with a natural tremolo that sounds womanly and feels like home. In 1971 she embarked upon a solo journey that birthed a stellar cover of Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher" as well as her own "We're All Alone." Thinkin' About You (1998) found her returning to the soft Country-Folk soundscapes where she began.

Listen toRita Coolidgeon Rhapsody

The buttermilk inflections of Rita Coolidge have graced the works of such artists as Kris Kristofferson (to whom she was married), Stephen Stills, Delaney & Bonnie, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Whether she's cooing along to a Country-Folk song or belting out the gospel of her soul, Coolidge serenades the listener with a natural tremolo that sounds womanly and feels like home. In 1971 she embarked upon a solo journey that birthed a stellar cover of Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher" as well as her own "We're All Alone." Thinkin' About You (1998) found her returning to the soft Country-Folk soundscapes where she began.

About Rita Coolidge

The buttermilk inflections of Rita Coolidge have graced the works of such artists as Kris Kristofferson (to whom she was married), Stephen Stills, Delaney & Bonnie, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Whether she's cooing along to a Country-Folk song or belting out the gospel of her soul, Coolidge serenades the listener with a natural tremolo that sounds womanly and feels like home. In 1971 she embarked upon a solo journey that birthed a stellar cover of Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher" as well as her own "We're All Alone." Thinkin' About You (1998) found her returning to the soft Country-Folk soundscapes where she began.

About Rita Coolidge

The buttermilk inflections of Rita Coolidge have graced the works of such artists as Kris Kristofferson (to whom she was married), Stephen Stills, Delaney & Bonnie, and Eric Clapton, to name a few. Whether she's cooing along to a Country-Folk song or belting out the gospel of her soul, Coolidge serenades the listener with a natural tremolo that sounds womanly and feels like home. In 1971 she embarked upon a solo journey that birthed a stellar cover of Jackie Wilson's "Higher and Higher" as well as her own "We're All Alone." Thinkin' About You (1998) found her returning to the soft Country-Folk soundscapes where she began.