The Sound of Success 

Without much fanfare, Memphis public school music programs are paying big dividends for college-bound students.

Kenneth Crawford is packing his bags. He's not singing the blues. But he is singing. "I'm headed to the White House and singing on Saturday with my college choir," Crawford says. He's a student at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas, and his…

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