Dion: The Wanderer Pens a New Love Letter to the Big Apple
Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 19 January 2016
OFTEN, EARLY rock and roll artists were tied to a certain geographical area, becoming something of unofficial (and unelected) city representatives. Elvis meant Memphis. Buddy Holly was Lubbock. Little Richard preened and screamed in Macon. And Jerry Lee was solid, swampy Ferriday.
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