"Just Sylvia" is the second album by country music singer Sylvia. It was released in 1982 on RCA Records and was produced by Tom Collins. It featured a number one country hit in the song "Nobody", a Kyle Fleming-Dennis Morgan composition. The song was not only a country smash, but a pop hit as well, peaking at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100, and also becoming a top 5 Adult Contemporary hit.
Sylvia Telles was the first female bossa nova singer; with Dolores Duran and Maysa, the most influential of her generation. She was the finest interpreter of the songs of one of the greatest songwriters of the twentieth century, the Brazilian master, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and she was his favourite vocalist.
Sylvia Jane Kirby (born December 9, 1956, Kokomo, Indiana, United States), known simply by her first name Sylvia during the 1980s, is an American country music and country pop singer and songwriter. She enjoyed crossover music success with the song "Nobody" in 1982. It reached #15 Pop and #1 Country. The song earned her a gold record certification and a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Country Vocal Performance (the Grammy went to Juice Newton for her hit "Break It to Me Gently").