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Susan Anton is known primarily as an actress in theatrical and TV movies, as well as fitness videos. She is also a singer, and recorded One Night in a Los Angeles club on November 4, 2000. As music albums by performers known mostly for their acting go, this is more credible than most. Anton presents mildly gutsy, competent roots rock, including songs by Willie Dixon, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, the Beatles, David Porter and Isaac Hayes, Beth Neilsen Chapman, and more obscure writers like Brendan Croker. It's no more than average opening act or bar band rock, though, even if it's heartfelt and pretty versatile.

Biografía

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '00s

Although not quite reaching the high-profile of other ‘70s beauties such as Cheryl Tiegs or Farrah Fawcett, Susan Anton managed to find success in several different areas of entertainment. Born on October 10, 1950, Anton was raised on an apple ranch in Oak Glenn, California, where she displayed an interest and talent for music at an early age. On a dare from a boyfriend, she began to enter beauty pageants while in high school and was successful enough to remain encouraged, eventually leading to her...
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