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Ravi Shankar Retires

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Ravi Shankar Retires

Ravi Shankar Retires

Ravi Shankar Retires

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Music legend Ravi Shankar plays his final North American concert in Chicago Monday night at age 81. His career has spanned more than half a century and his music has reached a wide range of ears — from Yehudi Menuhin, Philip Glass, and George Harrison to audiences at the Monterey Pop Festival and Woodstock. Chicago Public Radio's Tony Sarabia reports.

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