Jevetta Steele  

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Jevetta Steele is an African American gospel music singer.

Biography

Steele is originally from Gary, Indiana, though she has lived in Minneapolis now for many years.

Musical career

Her most famous song is "Calling You" from the movie Bagdad Café and in AT&T commercials. She has recorded and toured with such legends as Prince, George Clinton, 10,000 Maniacs and the gospel group The Steeles. She has also done a musical of her own: "Two Queens, One Castle"

Albums

  • Jevetta Steele (1988)
  • Hold Me (EP) (1992)
  • Here It Is (1993)
  • My Heart (2006)





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