Crossword Clues for ODETTA

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“Gonna Let It Shine” singer New York Times 19 Dec 2021
Folk-blues singer Eugene Sheffer 20 Nov 2021
"The Voice of the Civil Rights Movement" Universal 05 Nov 2021
One-named folk singer LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2021
One-named folk singer The Washington Post 01 Oct 2021
Singer whom M.L.K. Jr. called the 'queen of American folk music' New York Times 08 Aug 2021
Singer awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1999 Wall Street Journal 04 Feb 2021
She sang at the march where Martin Luther King Jr. made his “I Have a Dream” speech Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2020
Folk-blues singer Thomas Joseph 16 May 2020
One-named folk singer The Washington Post 06 Mar 2019
One-named folk singer LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2019
One-named folk singer
Martin Luther King, Jr., called her the "Queen of American Folk Music" The New Yorker 15 Oct 2018
One-named folk singer New York Times 27 Apr 2018
2003 self-titled folk album The Washington Post 20 Apr 2018
2003 self-titled folk album LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2018
2003 self-titled folk album
One-named folk singer
"The queen of American folk music" USA Today 18 Dec 2017
Folkie who 'sang us into freedom,' per Maya Angelou The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Oct 2017
Folkie who "sang us into freedom," per Maya Angelou
"The queen of American folk music"
Folk music icon Wall Street Journal 10 Sep 2016
"Queen of American folk music" Universal 18 Apr 2016
Folk singer and civil rights activist usually referred to by her first name
Civil rights activist and folksinger
Single-named folk singer from Alabama
Martin Luther King Jr. called her "the queen of American folk music"
2003 self-titled folk album
Dr. King's "queen of American folk music"
Husky-voiced folk singer
Singer called "the Voice of the Civil Rights Movement"
Folk-singing civil rights activist
One-named folk singer
One-named folk singer
Single-named folk singer from Alabama
1965 singer of Dylan songs
One-named folkie
One-named folk singer
"Glory, Glory" singer
Husky-voiced folk singer
Singer who influenced Bob Dylan and Janis Joplin
One-named Alabaman folk singer
One-named folk singer
One-named singer of folk and blues
"Blues Everywhere I Go" singer
One-named folk singer
"___ Sings Dylan" (1965 folk album)
One-named singer of 37-Down
Folk singer from Birmingham
Folk singer who influenced Dylan
Singer who influenced Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, and Janis Joplin
Folk singer who influenced Dylan
"Gonna Let It Shine" singer
Folk singer from Birmingham
Single-named folk singer
Folk-blues singer
Singer given a 1999 National Medal of Arts
One-named folk singer
Single-named folk singer
"___ Sings Dylan" (1965 folk album)
"Livin' With the Blues" singer
"__ Sings Folk Songs": 1963 Grammy nominee
Alabama-born singer
Folk singer née Holmes
Folk-singing civil rights activist
Folk-blues singer
One-name folk singer
One-named folk singer
"Mine Eyes Have Seen" singer
One-named singer of folk and blues
One-named singer
Husky-voiced folk-blues singer
One-named singer
One-named singer from Alabama
Folk music favorite
One-named singer from Birmingham, Alabama
Single-named folk singer
"My Eyes Have Seen" singer
Folk/blues singer
One-named singer
One-named singer
"Cool Water" singer
Alabama-born one-named singer
Single-named folksinger
Single-name songbird
One-named folk singer
60s folk singer
One-named folk singer
Husky-voiced folk singer
Influential urban folk singer
Folk singer from Birmingham, Ala.
Single-named folk singer
Ala.-born folk singer
U.S. folk singer
Famed folk singer
Singer from Birmingham
American folk singer
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