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Deniece Williams, born June Deniece Chandler (Gary, Indiana, 3 June 1950) is an American soul singer who had a worldwide hit with "Too much, too little, too late", a duet with singing legend Johnny Mathis. Another song that they recorded with Johnny Mathis was ' Without Us ', the title song from the series Family Ties.
Deniece finally broke through with the song "Let's Hear It For The Boy", which is from the soundtrack to the film Footloose originated. In 1987, Deniece covered Atlantic Starr's "Always", a duet with Kenny Loggins, which is from the soundtrack to the film Dirty Dancing. It was released on Loggins' 1988 album Back to Avalon. Other hits include: "Free", "that's What Friends Are For", "it's Gonna Take A Miracle", "Black Butterfly" and "it's Your Consience"
- This is Niecy (1976)
- Song Bird (1977)
- When Love Comes Calling (1979)
- My Melody (1981)
- Niecy (1982)
- I'm So Proud (1983)
- Let's Hear It for the Boy (1984)
- So Glad I Know (1986)
- Hot on the Trail (1986)
- Water Under the Bridge (1987)
- As Good As It Gets (1988)
- Special Love (1989)
- Lullabies to dreamland (1991)
- Love Solves It All (1996)
- This is My Song (1998)
- Love, Niecy Style (2007)