Jody Miller, born 1941, began her career during 1963. While she is best remembered for her series of country singles issued during the 1970s, her early career resulted in a number of singles making it onto the BILBOARD MAGAZINE Pop Singles Chart.
Her biggest chart hit was an answer song. Early in 1965 Roger Miller had a huge country and pop hit with his “King Of The Road.” During April of 1965, she issued “Queen Of The House” in response. It reached number 12 on the Pop Charts.
Her country material always a bright and catchy feel to it and in many ways was more of a pop fit than her biggest hit. She continues to perform down to the present day.