U.K.-based Musician Part of Global Charity Album

August 2014
News India Times;8/1/2014, Vol. 45 Issue 31, p23
The article reports on British musician Prem Sharma who was collaborating with international musicians for a charity album "Global Music Unites," for the benefit of three charities including SOS Villages in Zambia, Mission Direct, and The Hunger Project.


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