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Linda Yohn is said to have done more for jazz in Southeast Michigan than any other single person in her 30 years with WEMU. Six-time winner of the jazz programmer of the year award, frequent panelist at national conventions, and universally recognized for her commitment to all things jazz here and everywhere else. Yohn was given Emeritus status by Eastern Michigan University when she retired in 2017.
Linda Yohn, WEMU-FM, Eastern Michigan Radio, NPR, National Public Radio, jazz, jazz studies, jazz history, radio broadcasting, student intern, blues, Montreux Detroit International Jazz Festival, Frog Island Jazz Festival, Ypsilanti
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Jones, Matt, "Linda Yohn, January 23, 2020" (2020). Oral Histories. 64.