He shares several common identities established by other music journalists in this series. Those personas include his status with Rolling Stone Magazine, appearing in the New York Times Music section and being twice published in the Da Capo PressBest Music Writing Series (2006 and 2007). Oh and let me not forget he signed his book (see below) for me at the Pop Conference 2012 at NYU last year.
I am especially enamored with what he has accomplished with the music book he wrote that was published in 2011. It has a special place in the music of our heart because my son who lives in New York City gave it to me as a 60th birthday present.
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