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This Day in Georgia History

June 15, 1954

Terri Gibbs Born

Former Georgia governor Zell Miller characterized her as a “blind country soul singer from Grovetown, Georgia, whose smokey, bluesy, velvet-throated voice has been described as the deepest alto in music.” Whatever, Terri Gibbs, winner of countless recording awards and most noted for her 1981 national hit “Somebody’s Knockin”, was born on this day.