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Public Address 03/03/08 - Sing Like You're Winning

Public Address 03/03/08 - Sing Like You're Winning

Sing like you're winning | Mar 02, 2008 15:33
Graham Reid's many things
It was a little over a week ago that Dame Kiri Te Kanawa made her ungracious, arrogant and not entirely unexpected comments about Hayley Westenra and others she considered "fake singers". Rather than leap into blogworld with a quick comment I thought I'd wait to see how it played out...
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