Esperanza Spalding

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American multi-instrumentalist, best known as a jazz bassist and singer

Esperanza Spalding on KCRW

Grammy Award-winning bassist and composer Esperanza Spalding leads her large band through whimsically poetic songs and sprawling jams...

Esperanza Spalding

Grammy Award-winning bassist and composer Esperanza Spalding leads her large band through whimsically poetic songs and sprawling jams...

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