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Tribute to the Unsung Heroines of Funk, Soul, Disco, & Rare Groove Music

Welcome to "Bold Soul Sisters." The purpose of these pages is to give tribute to brilliant women singers and musicians whose role and contributions in funk, soul, disco, and rare groove musics have been forgotten -- until now. I feel ya, girls. And other visitors do too!
This site will feature female artists that are difficult to find on the Web. There is a separate set of links for the artists that are pretty much well known or that I don't have the info to do a section for. If you'd like to help out with this unofficial page, please e-mail me at Also, please note that all of the artists featured on the Bold Soul Sisters page are mainly from the 1970s through early 80s. Thanks, Melissa!

Choose which section you'd like below:

Artists This is the main section of "Bold Soul Sisters," featuring photos, links, audio, and my mini-tributes. Selected (not complete) discographies are also available for each artist.

Other Artists Links to artists not on these pages, either because I don't have the resources on the artist, or because I've found an outside link that does the artist proud.

Briefs Really, really brief bios on a different variety of 70s-early 80s bold soul sisters.

Search Search for topics or artists within the Bold Soul Sisters site.

The Bold List NEW: Discuss your favorite Bold Soul Sisters with other fans on this interactive e-mail list.

Song of the Month Full-length Real Audio feature each month from a wide array of soul, funk, disco, and rare groove ladies.

FAQ Frequently asked questions about the page answered here.

Help! Contribute by writing a profile on your favorite Bold Soul Sister for this page and get a free CD!

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