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June 11, 2014 3:41 PM
Paul Rodgers is the voice of not one but two supergroups from the ‘70s -- Free and Bad Company. He talks with host Larry London about his latest album “Royal Sessions.”

Border Crossings: Paul Rodgers

Published June 11, 2014

Paul Rodgers is the voice of not one but two supergroups from the ‘70s -- Free and Bad Company. He talks with host Larry London about his latest album “Royal Sessions.”

Border Crossings

VOA’s live worldwide international music show with host Larry London.

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Border Crossings: Wyclef Jeani
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May 05, 2015 2:12 PM
Border Crossings host Larry London talks to Grammy winner Wyclef Jean about his upcoming album "Clefication."
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Video Border Crossings: Wyclef Jean

Border Crossings host Larry London talks to Grammy winner Wyclef Jean about his upcoming album "Clefication."
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Video Border Crossings: Alexis Keegan

Alexis Keegan sits down with Border Crossings host Larry London to talk and perform songs from her debut CD, "Clean Slate."
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Video Border Crossings: Shayna Leigh

Shayna Leigh sits down with Border Crossings host Larry London to talk and perform songs from her latest cd, "Hey Shayna Leigh."
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Video Border Crossings: Tessanne Chin

Season 5 winner of the NBC's "The Voice" Tessanne Chin sits down with Border Crossings host Larry London to talk and perform songs from her debut cd, "Count On My Love."
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Video Earth Day Concert

Mary J. Blige, Usher, and No Doubt all took the stage on the National Mall in Washington, DC over the weekend to celebrate Earth Day, which is this Wednesday, April 22nd. VOA’s Larry London was there to chat with concert performers Fall Out Boy and festival host will.i.am.

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