19 Feb 2011

Graeme Allwright on Musical Chairs

From Musical Chairs, 11:55 pm on 19 February 2011

Graeme Allwright left New Zealand in 1948 to pursue an acting career in Great Britain. However life took a different turn and he ended up becoming one of France's most popular folk singers famous for his translations of songs by musicians like Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. For Radio New Zealand National's New Zealand music profile series Musical Chairs, Sam Coley catches up with Graeme in Paris to discuss his long and varied career - and to hear the songs which made him a household name in France.

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