The Legendary Helen Reddy

The Legendary Helen Reddy

Helen Reddy, a name that needs no introduction in the world of music, has graced us with a treasure trove of songs that have transcended time. Reddy’s songs are more than just music; they are a reflection of the human experience, a mirror to our joys, sorrows, and everything in between.

Biggest Top 40 Hits

I Am Woman 1973 (#1 for 1 Week)

“I Am Woman” is not just a song; it’s an anthem. Released in 1973, it skyrocketed to the number one spot and became a symbol of women’s empowerment. Helen Reddy’s powerful vocals and the song’s uplifting lyrics continue to inspire and resonate with audiences around the world.

Delta Dawn 1973 (#1 for 1 Week)

“Delta Dawn” is a country-pop classic that captured hearts in 1973. Helen Reddy’s emotive rendition of this song, which also reached number one on the charts, tells the tale of a woman lost in her own world. It’s a testament to Reddy’s storytelling prowess.

Angie Baby 1975 (#1 for 1 Week)

In 1975, Helen Reddy delivered another chart-topping hit with “Angie Baby.” This intriguing song spins a mysterious tale of a young woman with a vivid imagination. Its unique narrative and Reddy’s captivating vocals make it an unforgettable gem.

Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) 1974 (#3)

“Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress)” climbed to number three in 1974, showcasing Helen Reddy’s versatility. This catchy tune, with its toe-tapping rhythm, tells the story of a woman who’s had enough of unwanted attention. It’s a testament to Reddy’s ability to blend storytelling with a catchy melody.

You and Me Against the World 1974 (#9)

“You and Me Against the World,” released in 1974, is a poignant song that touched hearts. Although it reached number nine on the charts, its heartfelt lyrics about unity and facing adversity together continue to resonate deeply with listeners, making it a timeless Helen Reddy classic.

Timeless Songs Beyond the Charts

Helen Reddy’s songs go beyond the confines of their chart positions; they are the soundtrack to moments of empowerment, nostalgia, and reflection. Join us as we explore some of Reddy’s Greatest Hits.


  • I Don’t Know How to Love Him
  • Crazy Love
  • No Sad Song


  • Keep On Singing


  • I Can’t Hear You No More / Music Is My Life


  • Ready or Not


  • I Can’t Say Goodbye to You


  • Peaceful


  • Emotion
  • Bluebird
  • Ain’t No Way to Treat a Lady
  • Somewhere in the Night


  • You’re My World
  • The Happy Girls


  • Make Love to Me