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Jan Bradley

An American soul singer.

Charted in the USA with "Mama Didnt Lie" - 1963

Bradley grew up in Robbins, Illinois.

She was noticed by manager Don Talty who also managed Phil Upchurch at a high school talent show.

After graduating, she auditioned for Curtis Mayfield, and soon recorded the Mayfield penned "We Girls", which became a hit.

Several singles followed, and another Mayfield song, "Mama Didn't Lie", was released nationally in the U.S. by Chess Records in 1963.

She started writing her own songs and released several further singles on Chess. "I'm Over You" in 1965.

Bradley stopped singing professionally in the early 1970s; she raised a family and became a social worker. She resides in the south suburbs of Chicago.

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