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John Prine: 1946 - 2020

Read "John Prine: 1946 - 2020" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

John Prine had the uncanny ability to yell without raising his voice. He could seamlessly express anger with a wry smile and chuckle. The force of his conviction was unmistakable, making an impression akin to a dope-slap the recipient takes a day to realize was delivered. In the song most covered by other artists (the mark ...

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James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt at the Prudential Center

Read "James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt at the Prudential Center" reviewed by Mike Perciaccante

James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt The Prudential Center Newark, NJ July 6, 2017 On a pleasant Thursday evening just after the 4th of July, when many of the audience members were enjoying an extended Independence Day holiday, James Taylor and Bonnie Raitt touched down at Newark, NJ's Prudential Center for the ...

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Beyond Words by John Prine

Read "Beyond Words by John Prine" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Beyond Words John Prine 179 Pages ISBN: # 978-0-692-74016-3 Oh Boy Records 2016 Anecdotally, Bob Dylan once surmised that John Prine was the last pure folk singer and counts Prine as one of his musical heroes. This statement is tantamount to the similarly anecdotal declaration by Frank Sinatra that ...


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