|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983||Red Bus Records|
|3||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983||Red Bus Records|
|4||Feel So Strong||9||Audio||1983||CNR Records|
|5||Woman Of Africa||14||Audio||1995||Mike Fuller Music Records|
|6||The Best Of P.J. Powers & Hotline||16||Audio||1991||Mike Fuller Music Records|
|7||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983||Red Bus Records|
|8||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983|
|9||Current||6||Audio||1986||Mike Fuller Music Records|
|10||Feel So Strong||9||Audio||1982||Red Bus Records|
|11||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983||Red Bus Records|
|12||Feel So Strong||2||Audio||1983||CNR|
|13||Help / Born Out||2||Audio||1984||CNR Records|
PJ Powers was born on the 16th July 1960 in Durban, South Africa and has enjoyed a good run of success throughout a career that started in the late 70's.
Starting off as lead singer with all-girl group [b]Pantha[/b] (formed 1979 in Durban), she later supplied her grovely voice to legendary rock band [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Hotline+(3)]Hotline[/url].
[b]Hotline[/b] disbanded in 1987, and Ms. Powers went on to an equally successful solo career performing alongside international stars, celebrities and royalty, and along the way achieving a UK chart hit with "World In Union" (with [a=Ladysmith Black Mambazo]).
She is affectionately known as [i]Thandeka[/i] (the loved one).