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She brings out the beauty of Haiti

But with her vibrant voice, Emeline Michel also touches on serious topics

By Renée Graham
Globe Staff / June 5, 2005

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In her native Haiti, and in France, where she is hailed as a musical icon, Emeline Michel is known as ''La Reine de la Chanson Creole," or ''The Queen of the Haitian Song." For more than a decade, she has been the elegant, jubilant voice of her island nation, finding the beauty in a country most often characterized by political ... (Full article: 560 words)

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