New wave singer who released the 1978 hit "Lucky Number." Her albums include No Man's Land, Flex, and Stateless.
In 1975, she became a member of a largely unsuccessful funk band called The Diversions.
She performed at London's Royal Albert Hall in a musical production called Quintessence.
She and her longtime partner and fellow musician, Les Chappell, first became romantically involved when she was thirteen years old.
She was one of the audience members invited to sing along at the 1972 Lanchester Arts Festival when Chuck Berry recorded the song "My Ding-a-Ling."