Shemekia Copeland

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Blues-singer Shemekia Copeland visited NPR to talk about her new album, "Never Going Back." She talked with Liane Hansen about her new music and the influence that her father, the late blues-guitarist, Johnny Clyde Copeland, has had on her career. If you missed the conversation on today's show, you can listen again by clicking here.



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