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Publisher of Write on Music (www.writeonmusic.com), freelance music journalist with editorial experience
Publisher of Write on Music (www.writeonmusic.com), freelance music journalist with editorial experience

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Concert Review: Don Henley with JD & The Straight Shot, Clearwater, FL
The headliner is who they all came to see, of course. In this case, it was Don Henley, fresh off his recent Kennedy Center Honors accolade as a founding member of The Eagles, touring in support of his most recent solo album Cass County . For over two hours ...

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My forthcoming book on +Elton John is now listed at Goodreads.

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Interview: Kenny Rogers Reflects on Career, Crossover Success
At the dawn of the ‘80s, as outlaws and urban cowboys staked their turf on either side of the country and pop fence, Kenny Rogers bridged the divide. A mere four years since he first attained mainstream solo stardom with “Lucille”—and after a string of subs...

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Interview: Onward and Upward with The Temperance Movement
When Write on Music  caught up with the Temperance Movement last summer, the nascent British rock band was trudging through the States and Canada on what seemed like an interminable tour. A coveted opening slot for the Rolling Stones in Orlando only weeks b...

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An Interview with Mark Chesnutt
It’s been more than a quarter century since “Too Cold at Home” introduced country music traditionalist Mark Chesnutt to the masses, and the many hits that have followed (including “Brother Jukebox,” “Bubba Shot the Jukebox,” and “Old Flames Have New Names”)...

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Album Review: Kris Kristofferson - The Cedar Creek Sessions
Back when Kris Kristofferson used to take the stage alongside his comrades in the Highwaymen, he was the relative young gun of the group, his stature overshadowed by the outlaw legends of Waylon and the Red Headed Stranger and the Man in Black. Sure, he’d w...

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