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Singer Marion Williams will present her unique brand of gospel music that has influenced recording artists from Lutle Richard to Aretha Franklin tonight at 8:30 p.m. in the Eliot House dining room.
Miss Williams, returning for her fourth appearance at Harvard, incorporates genuine gospel singing with the diverse influences of jazz, calypso, and country and western. Described by Downbeat as "The most gifted and imaginative artist gospel has produced," Miss Williams generates an excitement that drew three standing ovations from an electrified Harvard audience last year.
This past summer, Miss Williams appeared at the Antibes Jazz Festival in France and at the International Festival of Negro Arts in Algiers, where she starred with Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone.
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