Vanessa R. Williams
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|Vanessa R. Williams|
|Born||November 28, 1960|
|Origin||Baton Rouge, Louisiana, U.S.|
After working as a public school art teacher for many years, she signed with Light Records and Bajada Records. Her debut album Vanessa was released in 2002 and made the top ten of Billboard magazine's gospel albums chart. Her follow-up album Here I Go Again was released in 2004. She performed for several years with Yolanda Adams and as a member of Richard Smallwood's ensemble Vision.
- Kenny Taylor, "In His Name: DC -- 'Still Representing!'". The Washington Informer, October 2, 2002 – via HighBeam Research (subscription required).
- "Vanessa R. Williams inspires on Bajada label; Andre Ward 'Steps in the Name of Love'", Chicago Defender, June 12, 2004 – via HighBeam Research (subscription required).
- Vanessa Williams, The Kennedy Center (accessed 2015-02-26).
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