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This rock singer/songwriter sang three lead vocals on the movie soundtrack for Grease and sang backup with Elton John before cutting a series of albums of her own. After 1979's Steal the Night, Bullens did not return with new material for a decade, releasing a self-titled effort on MCA in 1989; another ten-year gap preceded the release of Somewhere Between Heaven & Earth, an album inspired by the tragic cancer-related death of the singer's 11-year-old daughter, Jessie. Bullens returned more quickly the next time around with 2001's Neverland. In 2005, Bullens released the tougher-sounding Dream #29. A year later, a live concert album appeared. In 2010, Bullens released her eighth-studio effort Howling Trains and Barking Dogs. ~ William Ruhlmann