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© 2019 By Kristi York Wooten

Pure Pop Review | October 2019

Story by Kristi York Wooten

Jon Regen asked members of the Rolling Stones,
the Heartbreakers, the Police, Duran Duran, and Jamiroquai to play on his album. They said yes, but why?

Photo by Anna Webber

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A Night of
Georgia Music

Atlanta Magazine | September 2019

The oral history of a new rock and classical mashup featuring Mike Mills, Chuck Leavell, and Robert McDuffie.

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Howard Jones is
Transform-ing Summer

Pure Pop Review | July 2019

The singer's timeless affirmations and wall-to-wall synthesizers fit seamlessly into 2019.

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Coming Up with
Paul McCartney

The Bitter Southerner | May 2019

If Southern cities can be measured by the caliber of performers they attract, then Greenville, S.C. is ready for Paul McCartney.

Why "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" Endures

 The Economist | May 2019

As well as an unusual, catchy melody, the song’s lyrics speak to the anxieties of every age.

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