December 28, 2014

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2012 Tony Nominee Jessie Mueller Jazzes Up A Clear Day

Jessie Mueller — "shocked" to be a Tony nominee for her featured performance as 1940s jazz singer Melinda Wells in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever — talks about wrapping her voice around the Burton Lane-Alan Jay Lerner score, and reminisces about performing in the short-lived revival. For more information on Jessie Mueller, click here. And to see a video of her singing "Ev'ry Night at Seven" in On A Clear Day You Can See Forever, click here.




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