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Farm Aid 2002

BURGETTSTOWN, Pa., Sept. 23 (UPI) -- Earnest encouragement for family farmers and fighting words for the U.S. government and corporate concerns -- and plenty of music -- were the focus of Farm Aid
GARY GRAFF

Rolling Stones US tour kicks off

BOSTON, Sept. 4 (UPI) -- As the Rolling Stones kicked off the first concert of its North American Licks tour in Boston Tuesday night, frontman Mick Jagger asked the musical question "Wh
GARY GRAFF

Feature: The Dixie Chicks at 'Home'

DETROIT, Aug. 30 (UPI) -- Thanks to pregnancy, birth and a nasty legal battle with its record company, the Dixie Chicks were able to spend the past year and a half hunkered down at "Home
GARY GRAFF
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Gary Graff (born 1960) is an American music journalist and author.

Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Graff attended Taylor Allderdice High School where he wrote for school newspaper The Taylor Allderdice Foreword. He received his Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri. He wrote for the Detroit Free Press from 1982 until 1995 when there was a strike at the Detroit Free Press. Graff refused to cross the picket line and subsequently lost his job. Graff has contributed to publications including The New York Times, Billboard, The Boston Globe and San Francisco Chronicle. In 2005, Graff published The Ties That Bind: Bruce Springsteen A to E to Z. One reviewer said that the book "comes close to being the definitive study" on Bruce Springsteen. He is also the founding editor of the MusicHound Essential Album Guide series. He now lives in Detroit, Michigan with his wife and family.

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