Shirley Murdock


Fecha de Nacimiento: 22/05/1957
Edad: 61 Signo: Geminis
Ocupación: Singer,Songwriter

Shirley Murdock (born May 22, 1957, in Toledo, Ohio) is an American R singer, who is best known for her 1986 R hit single "As We Lay" and for her vocals on Zapp and Roger hit single Computer Love. Murdock started out singing gospel music in her native Toledo. Singer/musician Roger Troutman hired Murdock as a backing singer for his family's band Zapp, Cordell Francis Made A Recording Song With Shirley Murdock Trouble Don't Last Always Its A Gospel/R/Christian Song. which had several hits on Warner Bros. (and its Reprise Records imprint). Based on this success, Troutman began recording tracks with Murdock and lead singer Sugarfoot of the Ohio Players, among others, at his Dayton-based recording studio, Troutman Sound Labs. Murdock and Troutman's first chart single was a Warner Bros. single issued as Roger (featuring Shirley Murdock), "Girl, Cut It Out", which charted at number 79 R in early 1985. Murdock signed with Elektra Records and released "No More", which made it to number 24 R in early 1986. Then came her signature hit, "As We Lay", written by Zapp's Larry Troutman and keyboardist...