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Barbara Pennington


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Barbara Pennington is a Soul and Hi-NRG singer from Chicago, IL. She scored many hit songs beginning in the late 1970s with the song, “24 Hours A Day” followed by “You Are The Music In Me.” Penningtons best known songs are her the hit songs “All American Boy”, “Fan The Flame”, “On A Crowded Street”, “Way Deep Down In My Soul”, “Don’t Stop The World” and “Out Of The Darkest Night.”

In 1986 Barbara released a number of dance singles for Ian levine’s Nightmare record label, including the fabulous “Dont stop the World” & “There are Brighter Days”. Her last single for the label was the upbeat “I’ve been a bad girl” which was also recorded by top session singer Tracy Ackerman.


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  • discotequedude

    The majority of her songs have aged very well!

    28 Apr 2011 Reply
  • hinrgboy2011

    One of the finest voices of the 70's disco scene who scored massive hits in 1985 with the modern soul tracks "Fan the flame" & "On a crowded street"

    26 Apr 2011 Reply
  • discotequedude

    This lady has a fabulous, refined and lively singing voice! I enjoy her hit songs!

    9 Feb 2010 Reply

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