'Lady Of 6,000 Songs'

Susanna Capelouto of Peach State Public Radio profiles piano player and singer Emma Thompson Kelly. She was inducted into the Georgia music hall of fame last weekend. Known a "The Lady of 6,000 songs," Kelly has been entertaining audiences throughout south Georgia for more than 50 years. She was featured in the best-selling book "Midnight in the Garden of Food and Evil". (5:38) Due to Internet rights issues, this segment has been modified from its original broadcast form.

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