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Nashville-based recording artist Beth Nielsen Chapman talks about her career. Once known primarily as a songwriter for popular artists like Faith Hill and Willie Nelson, and after the difficult experiences of her husband’s death, single motherhood, and her own battle with cancer, she is now exploring and performing an eclectic variety of musical genres.
- Beth Nielsen Chapman singer-songwriter whose other albums include "Hymns," "Deeper Still," and "Sand and Water."
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