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Tom Rapp

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In the late 1960's and early '1970's, Tom Rapp fronted a band called Pearls Before Swine that sold hundreds of thousands of records. Then he disappeared, to become a civil rights lawyer. And now he's playing music again. Peter Clowney of station WHYY has a profile. (12:00) Tom Rapp's new album is called A Journal of the Plague Year. It's available on Rubric Records USA rubricrerecords.com. Tom Rapp has moved to Florida. He can be contacted at pbswine@aol.com.

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