Billed as “The Goddess of Rock”, Zenda Jacks (whose real name was Sue McCloskey and who hailed from Walsall) was discovered by Alvin Stardust and was briefly Magnet Records’ Glam answer to Suzi Quatro.
Having sung up front with a Welsh group called 42nd Street, her first solo single, Rub My Tummy, became a UK radio hit but never made the charts.
Two other singles followed: Earthquake and Do You Love Me?.
In 1975 she had her own band Stormbringer.
Jacks joined Silver Convention in 1977 after Penny McLean left.