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Michelle Willson

A gifted swing and jump blues vocalist, Michelle Willson — a native from the Boston area — began singing mainly because a teenager, frequently fronting bands quixotically named after non-existent members (for instance, Mimi Jones and Alex Clayton). Like a single performer, she structured a well-received tribute to her performing idols Dinah Washington and Ruth Dark brown, then became a member of the band Bad Gal; again operating single in 1994, Willson released her debut LP, Bad Gal Blues, adopted in 1996 by Therefore Emotional. WAKE-YOU-UP CALL marked her 1st release in the brand new millennium.

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