Sheila Diana Ferguson (born October 8, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and author. She was the second longest-serving member of the 1970s American female soul music group The Three Degrees, singing lead vocals on most of the group's biggest hits, most notably "When Will I See You Again", which was a huge international success topping the UK Singles Chart and peaked at in the US.
New Kind of Medicine is a patchy affair, but when it works, it doesn't simply remind you of Ferguson's chart-topping years with the Three Degrees, it makes you realise that she's a much better singer than you ever imagined. On I Ain't Your Fool and Feeling, she tries her luck against some modern grooves and delivers a couple of performances that would bring a smile to any nu-soul fan. For those who loved her old group, she supplies the title track: 1970s Philly soul, complete with strings that sweep so high, they'd make Natalie Appleton sick.
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All the singles and albums of SHEILA FERGUSON, peak chart positions, career stats, week-by-week chart runs and latest news.
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