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Musician David Broza pushes for peace in the Middle East with new album




Musician David Broza performs with Liyana hosted by the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus at Congregation Rodeph Shalom on January 26, 2009 in New York City.
Musician David Broza performs with Liyana hosted by the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus at Congregation Rodeph Shalom on January 26, 2009 in New York City.
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Trying to create social change with music is a tradition; think Bob Dylan, Gil Scott Heron or WAR.

Now singer/songwriter David Broza is taking a stab at a long simmering conflict and trying to bring together Israelis and Palestinians with his new album, "East Jerusalem West Jerusalem."

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Broza has released more than 30 albums, during his career, with a few going platinum. This time he's recruited Israelis, Palestinians and artists from around the world to sing about change and push for peace in the Middle East. Broza joins the show with more. 

Below - David Broza performs the song "One to Three" live in the KPCC studios.