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From Rock to Voodoo: Richard A. Morse – WFYI


This week we talk with Richard A. Morse of the legendary Haitian band RAM, ahead of the group's performance in Indianapolis at the Haitian Flag Day music festival in Garfield Park. Morse shares his unique history in music, from playing rock at CBGB'S to performing Voodoo music in Port-au-Prince.
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