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J.D. Souther comes back

Bill Holdship, Detroit Metro Times, 5 November 2008

THOUGH HE'S ONE of the most underrated composers of the rock era, J.D. Souther's songs — especially those he wrote for the Eagles — are known and loved by people who may have never heard his name. A 24-year absence from the music business didn't help, but the Detroit native is back with a new album, If the World Was You, and a tour that brings him home this week.

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