Deitra Farr

Deitra Farr is a blues, soul and gospel singer-songwriter. Born in Chicago, Illinois on August 1, 1957, Farr began singing in the mid 1970's with various soul bands. At the age of 18, Farr recorded the lead vocals on" You won't Support Me", with the Chicago group Mill Street Depo. That song made the Top 100 R&B list with CASHBOX Magazine. She began singing the blues in the early 1980s. From 1993 to 1996, she was the lead singer of the super group Mississippi Heat and recorded two CD's, " Learned the Hard Way" and " Thunder in my Heart" with them.


In a dark place (Let It Go!)


Siehe auch Mississippi Heat Live at the SBF: