VIDEO: Heather Headley discloses her feelings about winning a Tony Award, and what she learned about studio recording
In this interview, award-winning singer/actress Heather Headley sits with What's The 411 correspondent Amelia Moore for a wide-ranging interview.
Seated in a record company conference room, The Lion King actress talks about life in her native Trinidad, family, winning a Tony Award for her work in the Broadway production, Aida, embracing her priorities of self first, then her art, working with music icons Jimmy Jam (James Samuel "Jimmy Jam" Harris III), Terry Lewis, and Gordon Chambers; and a whole lot more.
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