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Nancy Shanks (c. 1956–2019) was an American singer.
Shanks was the vocalist for the earliest but short-lived lineup of the all-woman band Vixen after changing its name from Genesis (formerly Lemon Pepper), initially playing pop rock. Vixen is known for featuring the band's founder Jan Kuehnemund on lead guitar.
Shanks also performed the song "Trials of the Heart" on the soundtrack for the film About Last Night..., and duetted with Danny Peck on the song "I Burn for You" on the soundtrack for the film The Secret of My Success.
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- "[Bill] Knight: Remembering a friend and our need to belong". Journal Star. Peoria, Illinois. May 16, 2019.
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- "Overview: About Last Night Soundtrack". Allmusic. Retrieved March 9, 2010.
- "Overview Secret of My Success Soundtrack". Allmusic. Retrieved March 9, 2010.
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