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- Posted on Jan 28th 2011 2:08PM by Adam Horne
"When I was 17, I left home in order to find my path and lived on the road for several months," he tells Spinner. "One day in a park in Vermont I heard this kid singing Rastaman chant, a central song of devotion. The words were familiar to me (from the Hebrew Pslams of King David) and something hit me. I felt I knew I could sing this song and really mean it."
For the young music lover, it was a moment of profound clarity. "In the moment as my destiny was revealing itself, reggae music, Judaism, and my quest to find my path all came together and I knew why I was given life--to unify these worlds."
Watch the exclusive clip from 'Live at Stubb's Volume II' below.