Florence Warner

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Florence Warner (born March 22, 1947 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an American singer who has worked mainly in recordings of TV commercials, including the "Hello News" image campaign from Gari Communications.

Warner appeared on several recordings of the 70s and early 80s, including a duet with Demis Roussos on his cover of Air Supply's "Lost in Love" (from the 1980 album, Man of the World). Her recording of the song "Pirate" was selected by Philips for inclusion on the demonstration disc (810 027-2) that came with the first compact disc players, such as the Philips model CD200. In 1984, she sang on the ABC network campaign, "We're With You on ABC" (a campaign using character actors playing the roles of people watching ABC shows throughout the day).

Recordings[edit]

  • "The Status Cymbal" (1970 with Byron Warner & Tom Porter)
  • "For No Good Reason" (1973; 7" vinyl single)
  • "Florence Warner" (1974, vinyl LP)
  • "Anyway I Love You" (1975, 7" vinyl single)
  • "Lost in Love" (1980) - duet with Demis Roussos
  • "Hello Love" (1980, 7" vinyl single)
  • "Another Hot Night" (1981, vinyl LP)
  • "Hold Me Once" (1981, 7" vinyl single)
  • "I Miss Your Heartbeat" (1981, 7" vinyl single)
  • "Just Believe It" (1982, vinyl LP)
  • "Out of the Blue" (1982, 7" vinyl single)[1]

Backing vocals[edit]

Television commercials[edit]

  • Burger King
  • "Hello News" Gari Communications
  • Kodak
  • Michelob
  • Pepsi
  • V-8
  • Starburst Fruit Chews
  • Hoover
  • Sprite
  • Safeway
  • Public Broadcasting (PBS)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.discogs.com/artist/Florence+Warner