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Published on Jun 29, 2011
Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, Mitty Lene Collier started her singing career in the church. By the time she was nineteen years old in 1960, she was a polished performer and signed to Chess Records. Her mega hit "I Had A Talk With My Man" was released in 1964 which propelled her in to stardom. Mitty Collier was a solid performer with many records to her credit while at Chess and Peachtree Records. In 1971, Mitty developed polyps on her vocal cords, losing her singing voice and giving up her singing career. The following year, she could again sing and opted to return to her roots in gospel. In 1989, she was appointed pastor of the More Like Christ (MLC) Christian Fellowship Ministries in Chicago wher she minister today.