Reggae legend still has rivers to cross

Reggae legend still has rivers to cross

Jimmy Cliff realised he had a good voice when he started singing at school during lunchtime and the girls came running.

“They said they thought they heard a radio. I said, ‘No, that was me’. And that’s when I thought, ‘Hey, I think I’ve got something here’,” he laughs huskily.

“And even when I sing now, people are attracted to my voice,” says Cliff, 57, who heads to New Zealand in March.

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