Kiki Dee made her recording debut in May 1963 with the Mitch Murray-penned "Early Night." She achieved notoriety for excellent interpretations of contemporary soul hits, particularly Aretha Franklin’s "Runnin’ Out Of Fools." Her career was revitalized in 1973 upon signing up with Elton John’s Rocket Records label. He produced LOVING & FREE, which spawned the U.K. Top 20 entry, "Amoureuse." Further hits followed, including "I Got The Music In Me" and "(You Don’t Know) How Glad I Am," but it is her transatlantic chart-topper duet with John, "Don’t Go Breaking My Heart," that remains her signature song. In the '80s, Dee starred in the musicals PUMP BOY AND DINETTES and BLOOD BROTHERS. Dee reunited with Elton John on the 1993 U.K. hit "True Love."