Jimmy Scott on Nancy Wilson

Washington, Eric K.
February 1996
American Visions;Feb/Mar96, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p44
Features an interview with Jimmy Scott, a ballad singer, on his admiration for Nancy Wilson, a song stylist. How Jimmy Scott met Nancy Wilson; Popularity appeal of Wilson; How Wilson helped him restart his career.


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