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Justin Townes Earle: 60 days clean and feelin’ good

Justin Townes Earle knows a thing or two about family traditions. He’s the son of musician Steve Earle and was named for his father’s best friend and mentor, the late Townes Van Zandt.

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Earl Klugh: Soft, sweet acoustic stylings from a jazz great

Grammy-award winning guitarist Earl Klugh (pronounced Clue) credits his mother with starting him on a musical path, but it was Chet Atkins who helped him choose the instrument that would vault the Detroit native to superstar status.
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Steve Berry: Rejection, writing and abiotic oil

Attorney turned best selling author Steve Berry has developed a tough hide. Before his first book was published, he received 85 rejection slips.

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Spies, nanobots and drugs: Baldacci talks shop

 

In his new thriller, “Hell’s Corner,” due out Tuesday, David Baldacci introduces the idea that drugs, not guns, will be the ultimate undoing of America.

 

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Robert Earl Keen: The road goes on forever and the party never ends, or so it seems

Texas troubador Robert Earl Keen is living the lines from his most popular song, “The Road Goes On Forever (And The Party Never Ends),” – and he’s in the doghouse for it.

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