All Fired Up Single version Pat Benatar born January 10, is a four-time Grammy Award-winning American singer best known for her mezzo-soprano vocal range and establishing herself as one of rock's top vocalists and one of music's top-selling female artists with hit songs such as "Love Is a Battlefield", "Hit Me with Your Best Shot", "We Belong" and "Heartbreaker". Pat and Dennis Benatar divorced in Patti as she was known became interested in theater and began voice lessons, singing at Daniel Street Elementary School her first solo, a song called It Must Be Spring, at age eight. She said, "As a kid, I sang at any choir, any denomination, anywhere I could. Benatar was cut off from the rock scene in nearby Manhattan though because her parents were "ridiculously strict - I was allowed to go to symphonies, opera and theater but I couldn't go to clubs". Her musical training was strictly classical and theatrical.
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Listening to this is like walking into a drive-in diner in and hitting random selections on the jukebox. The album is consistently strong, but quite varied also. It is really quite an impressive and very accomplished piece of work - especially for a debut album. Vocalist Peter Sundell is front and center here along with his brother Christian Sundell.
Patti as she was known became interested in theater and began singing lessons at the age of eight at the Daniel Street Elementary School, her first solo, a song titled "It must be spring". She said, "As a child, I sang with every choir, every denomination, wherever I could. Benatar, however, was cut off from the rock scene in nearby Manhattan because her parents were "ridiculously strict — I was allowed to go to symphonies, operas and theaters, but I could not go to clubs.