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Canadian Poet Inspires Men's Community Choir

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Canadian poet and folk troubadour Leonard Cohen is known for writing haunting, provocative songs, songs about religion and women and politics. His music struck one Bay Area artist with a vision: that there should be a community choir of men, singing a cappella, exclusively from the Leonard Cohen songbook. Lisa Morehouse spent some time with the group, called the Conspiracy of Beards.
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