Born: March 20, 1937
Nancy Wilson’s musical style is so diverse that it is hard to classify. Over the years her repertoire has included pop style ballads, jazz and blues, show tunes and well known standards. Critics have described her as “a jazz singer,” “a blues singer,” “a pop singer,” and “a cabaret singer.” Still others have referred to her as “a storyteller,” “a professor emeritus of body language,” “a consummate actress,” and “the complete entertainer.” Then who is this song stylist (that’s the descriptive title she prefers) whose voice embodies the nuances of gospel, blues, and jazz? Her colleague and long time friend Joe Williams used to call her “the thrush from Columbus.”...
- Turned To Blue by Andrew Velez
- Turned to Blue by Jeff Winbush
- Turned to Blue by Dr. Judith Schlesinger
- RSVP by Woodrow Wilkins
- R.S.V.P. by Jim Santella
- The Essence of Nancy Wilson (Sampler) by AAJ Staff