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Beth Nielsen Chapman.
February 19, 2010 Two famed artists and hit songwriters each play from their recent solo releases. Nashville native Chapman's lastest release is a double-album inspired by Desmond Tutu; Southern California's Souther just returned to music after a 25 year hiatus.
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December 9, 2004 Beth Nielsen Chapman's songs have been recorded by Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Faith Hill and other major artists. On her new collection of Latin hymns, the singer-songwriter finds a different voice within to sing the spiritual songs of her Catholic youth.
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