Haiti classics -- A Canadian Grammy nominee
UBC's Gage Averill is up for a Grammy Award Sunday night for his work on a collection of old Hatian music recorded by the legendary Alan Lomax back in 1936.
They were recently released in an album which is up for two Grammy Awards this weekend, one of them for Gage's translations, essays and comprehensive liner notes. Gage Averill, a scholar of Haitian music and Dean of Arts at UBC.
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