The Chieftains singers Ronan Tynan (back) and Alyth McCormack (kneeling) sang Amazing Grace with the Haitian Harmony children's choir during 
a benefit concert Monday night for the earthquake-ravaged country.
The Chieftains singers Ronan Tynan (back) and Alyth McCormack (kneeling) sang Amazing Grace with the Haitian Harmony children's choir during a benefit concert Monday night for the earthquake-ravaged country. Lexington Herald-Leader
The Chieftains singers Ronan Tynan (back) and Alyth McCormack (kneeling) sang Amazing Grace with the Haitian Harmony children's choir during a benefit concert Monday night for the earthquake-ravaged country. Lexington Herald-Leader

Haitian children's visit is a mix of celebrities and simple pleasures

October 06, 2010 12:00 AM

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