Top 10 Best Female Pop Singers of the 1970s
Stevie Nicks: The mystical voice behind Fleetwood Mac's biggest hits.
Debbie Harry: The frontwoman of Blondie, known for her punk attitude and catchy tunes.
Joni Mitchell: A folk-rock legend whose songs are still influential today.
Olivia Newton-John: A crossover artist who had hits in both pop and country music.
Donna Summer: The queen of disco with a string of hits in the late 70s.
Karen Carpenter: Half of the sibling duo The Carpenters, known for their smooth harmonies.
Kate Bush: An innovative singer-songwriter with a unique voice and theatrical performances.
Linda Ronstadt: A versatile singer who blended country, rock, and pop music.
Diana Ross: The former lead singer of The Supremes with a successful solo career.
Carly Simon: A singer-songwriter whose hits include "You're So Vain" and "Anticipation.