Bruce Britt is an award-winning writer and essayist. He lives in Los Angeles with his three dogs and his Fender Stratocaster guitars.
Garner’s own loss of her father made her a woman her family wants remembered as a ‘human: mother, daughter, sister, aunt … She only pursued right, no matter what. No one gave her justice.’
As another ‘Rockstar’ goes on to that heavenly venue, is the genre dead?
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A loving history of the band that always spreads happy feelings before they let go
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The musical genius changed the face of American music
He has always viewed the arts as a ‘social mechanism’ to help effect change
The singer, who won in jazz, pop and R&B categories, died Sunday
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