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    The multiple Grammy Award winner was shocked when excerpts of her "Hold My Mule" recording during a sermon were re-mixed and became an online sensation.

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The multiple Grammy Award winner was shocked when excerpts of her "Hold My Mule" recording during a sermon were re-mixed and became an online sensation.
Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com