Presenting the elegance and stylings of 3 time Grammy winner Nancy Wilson, at her memorable best performing at Blues Alley in Washington DC. The show was originally produced for airing in 1993 but not seen until the initial DVD release. As beautiful as she is talented, this live performance at the famed Blues Alley in Washington, DC was produced in 1993 and originally intended to air on A&E's Biography" but was never released. It's a definitive performance where she performs many of her best known songs including the Grammy winning "How Glad I Am, I Have Never Been Me" and the classic Guess Who I Saw Today'. On Nancy Wlison: - Nancy appeared on numerous TV shows from the 60s to the 90s, including I Spy, Carol Burnett, Hawaii Five-0, The F.B.I., The Cosby Show, The Parent `Hood as well as variety and awards programs - There was a point where while on Capitol, only the Beatles outsold her, with Wilson selling more than Sinatra and the Beach Boys - Inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame in 2005, NAACP Image Award; 2004 NEA Jazz Master Fellowship award and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the NAACP in Chicago - Wilson won her 2nd of 3 Grammy awards the year this was released - She recorded over 40 albums for Capitol and Columbia.