Public Appearance

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Do you dig music? Do you dig good writing about music?

Then come to the Strand Bookstore Friday, July 20,7 p.m., for a brief but hopefully intense and fulfilling appearance by yours truly in the company of three other writers, all talking about our 33-1/3 books. We—myself, Amanda Petrusich, Christopher R. Weingarten, and Ryan Leas—will be recording a live, in-person podcast with boice-Terrel Allen, producer of “Talk Music with boice,” interviews with music makers and thinkers.

We’ll be talking about Bitches Brew, Pink Moon, Sound of Silver, and It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Should be awesome, hope to see you all there.

“He gets it! He knows music!”

Alvin Singleton

“I strongly disagree with much of…this essay…but it’s incredibly well-written and thought-provoking, and definitely worth a read. This is the kind of writing that I would hold up as a perfect example of why blogs are not merely fun and interesting, but also serious and important.”

Judd Greenstein

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gtra1n

I'm a composer and musician, and I write about music—I do that here, for the New York Classical Review, at the Brooklyn Rail (I edit the music section there) and any place else that will have me, like New Music Box and Music & Literature. I also wrote the Miles Davis' Bitches Brew book in the 33 1/3 series.