Nancy PRIDDY

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Actor, Singer & Musician

AmericanBorn Nancy Lee PRIDDY

American actress and singer-songwriter

Born on January 22, 1941 in South Bend, Indiana, USA , United States (81 years)

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Priddy was born in South Bend, Indiana, to Carl Priddy and Katherine Iona Driggs.



She was a member of The Bitter End Singers in 1964, a short-lived folksinging group along with Lefty Baker, Tina Bohlmann, Bob Hider, Norris O'Neill, and Vilma Vaccaro. In 1968, she released the album You've Come This Way Before, described by Billboard as "a minor classic of psychedelic folk" and by an Allmusic reviewer as "an off-the-wall singer/songwriter album drawing from both folk-rock and psychedelia". That same year she contributed backup vocals to Leonard Cohen's debut album Songs of Leonard Cohen. At one point she dated Stephen Stills and was the inspiration for his Buffalo Springfield song "Pretty Girl Why".

...   Priddy was born in South Bend, Indiana, to Carl Priddy and Katherine Iona Driggs.



She was a member of The Bitter End Singers in 1964, a short-lived folksinging group along with Lefty Baker, Tina Bohlmann, Bob Hider, Norris O'Neill, and Vilma Vaccaro. In 1968, she released the album You've Come This Way Before, described by Billboard as "a minor classic of psychedelic folk" and by an Allmusic reviewer as "an off-the-wall singer/songwriter album drawing from both folk-rock and psychedelia". That same year she contributed backup vocals to Leonard Cohen's debut album Songs of Leonard Cohen. At one point she dated Stephen Stills and was the inspiration for his Buffalo Springfield song "Pretty Girl Why".



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