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Jonathan Edwards Reflects On Making Music And Rediscovering Family

Jonathan Edwards, pictured here in the WBUR studios, is out with a new album called "Tomorrow's Child." (Robin Lubbock)
Jonathan Edwards, pictured here in the WBUR studios, is out with a new album called "Tomorrow's Child." (Robin Lubbock)

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards had his first big hit, the protest song “Sunshine,” back in 1971. He’s still engaging audiences around the country and has a new album, “Tomorrow’s Child,” that draws on his life lessons. Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins invited him and his guitar to our studio, where he performed and talked about the cycle of adoption in his life, and about his growing intensity for his craft.

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