The group, now known as Gladys Knight and the Pips, was doing better than ever during the mid 1970s, with a smoother, more accessible sound, a hit album, 'Imagination' (1973) and three gold singles. Knight and the Pips hosted their own TV special in the summer of 1975.
Moving to MCA in 1988, Knight and the Pips released their final album together, 'All Our Love', which included the Grammy-winning single, 'Love Overboard'.
The next year, Knight launched a solo career, recording the title song for the James Bond film, 'Licence to Kill' (1989) and an album, 'A Good Woman' (1990).
Throughout the 1990s, Knight continued to tour and record, producing the successful 1994 album 'Just For You'. In addition to her musical career, she also acted in a recurring role in the 1994 TV series, 'New York Undercover'.