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Gaelynn Lea, a musician from Duluth, Minnesota, recently won National Public Radio's distinguished Tiny Desk Contest. She also has osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). Learn more about Lea, what brought her to Gillette as a teenager, and her advice for children living with OI. ... See MoreSee Less
NPR’s “Tiny Desk” Winner Reflects on Music, Living with Rare Condition
Gaelynn Lea’s fiddle music and song, “Someday We’ll Linger in the Sun,” has moved her from l...
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