Tina Charles born Tina Hoskins ; 10 March is an English singer who achieved success as a disco artist in the mid to late s. Her most successful single was the no. She recovered from meningitis as a newborn. Charles began her career as a backing singer and session musician , and recorded her first solo single in with a then-unknown Elton John playing piano. During the early s she supplied vocals for the Top of the Pops album series of cover versions of contemporary hits. Although not publicly acknowledged as a group member at the time due to contractual problems, Charles was considered to have a stronger voice than the group's later official lead singers. The latter single spent three weeks at number one on the UK chart in March , and was a major hit around the world. It won a Juno Award in
Got Rhythm? Me Neither
The song was composed by Jack Robinson and James Bolden. Charles had already been recording for seven years and had sung lead on the international hit " I'm on Fire " by Volts , but her contribution was unacknowledged, with Luan Peters cited as vocalist in promotion for the group. The track was also a hit in Australia 6 and New Zealand 7. In Canada "I Love to Love The track reached 2 on the U. Disco Singles Chart. The British television series River used this song at the start of the first episode and at the end of the last episode. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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