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This is Tracy Nelson's 16th appearance on Mountain Stage.
July 5, 2012 The singer's latest album, an assortment of powerful blues standards called Victim of the Blues, was almost lost in a fire at her Nashville home.
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The cover of Mother Earth's Living With The Animals.
Jim Marshall, courtesy of Mercury Records
August 5, 2010 Finding a connection to music and musicians may be harder in the age of connectivity.
Tracy Nelson is getting ready to release her new album, Victim of the Blues.
Courtesy of the artist
July 30, 2010 Through a 40-year career that's reached from the Fillmore scene of late 1960s San Francisco to Nashville's top studios, Tracy Nelson has earned a reputation as a powerful singer with a stunning voice. Recently, Nelson's work on a new album was interrupted by a fire that badly damaged her home and her studio. But the music, like the artist herself, proved to be a survivor.
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August 29, 2008 For nearly five decades, the powerful and expressive singer has freely traversed the boundaries of blues, R&B, gospel, country and pop. Nelson performs a country-tinged set live with the Mountain Stage band.
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