Nancy Wilson: Legendary 'Song Stylist' Of Jazz, Blues, And Pop

Enjoy rare live performances of the singer and civil rights activist who has been called the most important vocalist to move freely among jazz, pop, and blues.


Legendary 'Song Stylist' Nancy Wilson - Tribute to Nancy Wilson on the Black news site, The Root.
Nancy Wilson, a Major Force in the History of American Music - Tribute to Nancy Wilson from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Grammy Award Winner, Legendary Song Stylist, and Civil Rights Activist, Nancy Wilson - Extensive profile of her life and career.

Nancy Wilson, Eartha Kitt, and Sammy Davis, Jr. arriving at the funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968). Marlon Brando is also getting out of the car further back.

Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley - Her historic 1961 recording with the Cannonball Adderley Quintet. (audio only)
Jazz Scene USA - Rare 27-minute video of Nancy Wilson performing live during the breakout phase of her career (1962).
The Very Thought of You - Live 3-minute video clip from performance at the Hollywood Palace (1964).
Live at the Newport Jazz Festival - 60-minute video of her performance at the festival.
Live at Carnegie Hall - 50-minute video of her performance (1987).
Live in Japan - 58-minute concert video (1988).
Nancy Wilson with Ella Fitzgerald and Al Jarreau - The three great singers perform together at the 20th NAACP Image Award Ceremony (1988).