Jazz Singer Nnenna Freelon Shares Influences

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Over the years, jazz songstress and six-time Grammy Award nominee, Nnenna Freelon, has earned a reputation as a fierce singer and captivating performer.

NPR's Tony Cox talks with Freelon about her career, how female artists have affected the genre, and what she makes of the newest generation of jazz singers.

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