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Tony Scherman is “the most effective pure writers ever to emerge from music journalism,” writes Invoice Flanagan, MTV’s former govt vice-president and Scherman’s editor at pioneering, much-mourned Musician, one of many sign American music magazines of the ’80s and ’90s. The award-winning creator of two books, Backbeat: Earl Palmer’s Story (1999) and POP: The Genius of Andy Warhol (2009) and editor of two extra, The Rock Musician (1994) and The Jazz Musician (1993), Scherman has contributed to many periodicals, together with The New York Occasions, The New York Occasions Journal, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, Smithsonian, American Heritage, and others. He was a Nationwide Endowment for the Humanities Fellow in 1997.
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