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For South African Johnny Clegg, music is a road to racial harmony

By Renee Graham
Globe Staff / July 8, 2004

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Johnny Clegg never planned to be a revolutionary. He simply wanted to perform the music he loved, and what he loved were the Zulu rhythms he heard as a child in South Africa. (Full Article: 736 Words)

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