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Donovan to perform at David Lynch Weekend
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22 March 2006
Enthusiasm for the David Lynch Weekend continues to mount, with the latest news being that famed singer/musician Donovan will be on hand to receive an award and perform on Saturday evening.
Donovan will receive a Maharishi Peace Award for his long-standing interest in Maharishi's programs and for the positive message of his music.
He rose to fame in the late 1960s with an eclectic blend of folk, blues, jazz, and pop music, and was one of few musicians to collaborate on songs with the Beatles. His most recent album is Beat Cafe, released in 2004. His hits include 'Hurdy Gurdy Man,' 'Mellow Yellow,' 'Jennifer Juniper,' and 'Sunshine Superman.'
Donovan spent time with Maharishi in 1968, and his album A Gift from a Flower to a Garden has a photo on the back cover of him sitting with Maharishi.
Nearly 700 people have registered for the weekend as of mid-March.
Mr Lynch's focus during the Weekend will be consciousness and the creative process and Dr John Hagelin will discuss consciousness, quantum physics, the universe, and spirituality.
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