"The youngest of the four Pointer Sisters is JuneBorn: November 30, 1953
Died: April 11, 2006
She and her sister Bonnie originally sang as a duo, calling themselves Pointers-A Pair (see group bio).
June, known by some fans as the energetic rock & roller, has stepped out on her own many times, even posing in Playboy magazine. In 1983 she contributed the song "Little Boy Sweet" to the soundtrack for National Lampoon's Vacation, starring Chevy Chase. That same year, her solo recording career debuted with the release of the album Baby Sister on Planet Records. The album was co-produced by Richard Perry and Norman Whitfield. The single "Ready for Some Action" reached the Top 30 on the R&B charts. Another uptempo song from the album "New Love, True Love" was written by June with sister Anita and Trevor Lawrence. "I'm Ready for Love," written by Holland-Dozier-Holland was included on The Very Best of The Pointer Sisters, released on RCA in 1996..."