N is for Newton-John, Olivia – my favorite female performer

A favorite of mine that begins with N is Newton-John, Olivia – better known as Olivia Newton-John. Olivia is my favorite female singer. I have loved her since I was five. She was my first obsession, my first scrapbook.  I discovered Olivia Newton-John in Grease and soon had all of her albums. Olivia has a memorabilia shelf along side Elvis and U2. My favorite Olivia Newton-John album is Totally Hot, which contains my favorite ONJ song A Little More Love.


Unfortunately I have yet to meet Olivia Newton-John, but I was lucky enough to see her in concert a few years ago. I was in the front row and cried during her first five songs. I was just so excited to finally see her live in concert. Besides being a wonderful singer and great actress (you should also check out Xanadu and Two of a Kind), Olivia is a a great humanitarian. She is giving back to the planet more than she is taking. I can’t say (or write) enough about this wonderful woman.

Who is your favorite female performer?

This blog post is part of my A to Z April Challenge – 26 of my favorites. Thanks for stopping by. I am also blogging the A to Z Challenge on my other blog On the Road with U2.

3 Comments on N is for Newton-John, Olivia – my favorite female performer

  1. I love so many artists. But the first artists to ever make me want to sing was Whitney Houston and then Mariah Carey. I like goo dmusic but I love great singing. IOlivia Newton John was a very good singer. Great post!


  2. Aw. I love ONJ, too. Just last week, I attended a screen of Grease, but it was a singalong. I’ve never had so much fun in my life. Great post! Just hopping by on A-Z. Good luck!


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