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Brenda Oliver (Dusty WHite)

Brenda Oliver (Dusty WHite)

Class of 1968

Brenda Oliver (now known as Dusty White) was a professional entertainer for 30+ years until she retired from the stage in the late 1980's. In the early '70's her manager decided she needed a better stage name, so he named her "Dusty". Dusty thinks he loved Dusty Springfield. At the time, her last name was Sparks and eventually she entertained as Dusty White for several years. Over the years, Dusty worked in just about every entertainment genre. She was an actress and appeared in several movies, TV, lots of radio commercials and voice-overs, musical theatre as a singer and dancer, and as a singer in pop and country music. She was an opening act for almost anyone in country music that you can name for many years. She authored one book "Everything You've Always Wanted To Know-But Couldn't Get Close Enough To Ask". The book was in three sections, featuring TG Sheppard, Mickey Gilley & Lee Greenwood.
In 1988, Dusty decided to stop performing, and in 1989 accepted a position with WSM Radio in Nashville, TN. and later went on to work for Billboard Magazine. In her personal life, Dusty is a "bona-fide shoe freak" and now owns about 500 pairs. In 2004, she was featured on the Sharon Osbourne Show in LA displaying her massive shoe and clothing collection after her daughter wrote a letter to the show telling them all about it. Dusty has been retired from the entertainment industry altogether since the mid-1990's and currently resides in a northern suburb of Nashville, TN with her husband, John White.

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