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July 1, 2017

Goldmine Magazine Wilko Johnson – a man who has done it all

Wilko Johnson is a man who has played in a successful band, starred in a TV series, published books and beat terminal cancer. He tells his story to Goldmine.

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Ionarts ‘Little Mermaid’ flounders amiably at Wolf Trap

The Disney Company knows how to line their pockets. They carefully guard their most popular products, their movies, and string people along with countless related paraphernalia. Such is the case with the musical version of The Little Mermaid, which is visiting Wolf Trap this weekend. It has the big songs from the beloved movie, fleshed out into a merely adequate musical form (music by Alan

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Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise Tyshawn Sorey

Inner Landscape. The New Yorker, July 3 and 10, 2017.

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This day in music On this Day July 01, 2009

The week after Michael Jackson’s death, the singer dominated the Top Ten of Billboard’s album chart. Leading the pack was Number Ones, followed by The Essential Michael Jackson at No.2,
Thriller was No.3 and Off The Wall was No.4. The Jackson 5’s Ultimate Collection held the No.5 spot, Bad was No.6, Dangerous was No.7, Greatest Hits – HIStory – Vol. 1 came in at No.8 and Michael’s Ultimate Collection occupied the No.9 position. Collectively, Jackson’s solo albums sold 415,000 copies for the week, 58% of which were digital downloads. The week before his death, his titles sold a combined 10,000 units.

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