Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Helen Reddy, the Australian-born singer whose 1972 hit song "I Am Woman" became the feminist anthem of the decade and propelled her to international pop-music stardom, died on Tuesday in Los Angeles. She was 78. "I Am Woman" reached No. 1 on the Billboard chart at the end of 1972 (a good six months after it was released -- individual call-in requests helped build radio play) and earned her the Grammy Award for best female pop vocal performance.
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