Sheila D. Wheat

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Sheila D. Wheat is an Atlanta-based singer of jazz, theater and gospel inspiration. A native of Chicago, Wheat studied music with Gloria Lewis Johnson (sister of jazz pianist Ramsey Lewis). She attended the University of Illinois-Urbana.[1]

She toured with James Brown, and performed as a featured soloist at the National Black Arts Festival. She was a source musician for the TV movie Miss Evers' Boys.[2]

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