New Orleans Cemeteries Full of Music NPR's Scott Simon talks with Anna Ross Malden Twichell of the Friends of New Orleans Cemeteries about the musicians buried there, including Ernie K-Doe of "Mother-in-Law" fame and Lloyd Washington, the last of the Ink Spots.
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New Orleans Cemeteries Full of Music

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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Anna Ross Malden Twichell of the Friends of New Orleans Cemeteries about the musicians buried there, including Ernie K-Doe of "Mother-in-Law" fame and Lloyd Washington, the last of the Ink Spots.