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It is hard to imagine that Carly Simon, a multiple award-winning singer and songwriter, grappled with performance anxiety, low self-esteem and depression for much of her life. Voted the music industry’s Best New Artist for 1972, she went on to write and perform songs that defined the 70s.
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