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Musician Donovan Leitch talks legacy of 'Sunshine Superman' and importance of Transcendental Meditation
by Genevieve Trainor
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18 August 2016
On 18 August 2016 The Little Village Magazine reported: Singer and songwriter Donovan Leitch is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his first album and world tour, Sunshine Superman by connecting his fans to the ideals of the '60's that helped launch a world exploration of developing consciousness in the individual.
'I wanted to come back on the 50th to celebrate, but also to connect my fans,' he says. That connection is at the core of Donovan's dream for the world. 'There is a place inside us that unites us,' he maintains.
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In the '60's, Donovan was at the forefront of introducing Transcendental Meditation to the US, and his current aim is introducing it to schoolchildren. A portion of tour proceeds will go toward the Donovan Children's Fund, a division of the David Lynch Foundation, headquartered in Fairfield, Iowa. The fund provides access to TM for at-risk students in underserved US schools.
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∙ Los Angeles, USA: Concert by Donovan and friends supports David Lynch Foundation
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