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by Kalamalama staff
Born in Hawai‘i, Elliman became world famous during the ‘70s for her portrayal of Mary Magdalene in the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar and for her touching rendition of “I Don’t Know How To Love Him.” In the movie of the same name, Yvonne established herself as a noteworthy actress and earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress.

Her back-up vocals on “I Shot the Sheriff” led to four years of touring and recording with The Eric Clapton Band. She formed her own band shortly after the release of her third album, Love Me, which produced two top-10 hits.

Elliman topped the chart with her smash hit, “If I Can’t Have You,” which was included on the mega-million-selling album Saturday Night Fever. She recently served as a judge for Hawai‘i Stars, and has been promoting her new CD, Simple Needs, which will be available for sale at the March 18th prom event.

“ Everyone is welcome to attend,” said Lorraine Faithful, executive director of Sisters Offering Support.
 
 

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