Maggie Bell

Maggie Bell

About Maggie Bell

Maggie Bell (born 12 January 1945, in Glasgow, Scotland) is a blues singer who collaborated with many notable musicians including Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, on her Suicide Sal album in 1975. Her soulful pipes earned her a reputation as the "British Janis Joplin" and she was a member of the hard rocking live blues rock bands Stone The Crows and Midnight Flyer. Early Career & Recent Update: From a musical family, she sang from her teens, leaving school at the age of fifteen, to work as a window dresser by day and singer at night. Read more on Last.fm

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