Ranj Singh's Indo-Folk-Rock

Vancouver musician Ranj Singh has a new album out with his band, the Discriminators called "Found a Way Home." Carmel Kilkenny talks to him about how this album differs from his first and the challenge of playing Indian music. ( Photo: )

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