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Singing can make a difference

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RODNEY EARL CLARKE began life as a chorister but now he can be found singing the National Anthem at Twickenham Stadium ahead of the Six Nations games. Whether performing in Carmen at the Royal Festival Hall or using music to help those dealing with a stutter in their speech, Rodney is keen to see his gifts bear fruit. His most recent song ‘Mantra’ is seeking to bring awareness to and challenge to racism.

He shared his story with Premier’s Maria Rodrigues.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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