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Jazz Vocalist Tiffany Austin Sings the Music of Hoagy Carmichael

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When Tiffany Austin graduated from UC Berkeley School of Law, she didn’t take a job at a big firm. Instead, she put out an album on her own label. The jazz lover with the silky voice had already spent five years performing in Japan and found that career indecision always led her back to the stage. She joins us to perform songs from her freshman album, “Nothing But Soul,” which explores the music of the late composer Hoagy Carmichael.


Tiffany Austin, jazz singer


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