Best known for her Miss World USA 1972 title and for portraying Wonder Woman as the star of the 1970s hit TV series The New Original Wonder Woman (1975-77) and The New Adventures of Wonder Woman (1977-79), Lynda Carter has gone on to a successful musical career in addition to countless other pursuits.
From September to November 2005, Carter played Mama Morton in the West End London production of Chicago. In 2006, her rendition of "When You're Good to Mama" was officially released on the Chicago: 10th Anniversary Edition CD box set. In May 2007, Carter began touring the U.S. with her one-woman musical cabaret show, An Evening with Lynda Carter. She has played engagements at such venues as Feinstein's At Loews Regency in New York, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, the Plush Room in San Francisco, and The Catalina Jazz Club in Los Angeles. In June 2009, her second album, "At Last", was released and reached #10 on Billboard's Jazz Albums Chart.
In June 2011, Carter released her third album, "Crazy Little Things", which she describes as a delightful mix of standards, country, and pop tunes.
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