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Kinky Friedman

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Kinky Friedman: Kinky Friedman

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 18 January 1975

ONE LEARNS FROM the customary reliable sources-from-which-one-learns things that Kinky Friedman's original ideas for the title of this album included "Come Back Little Kinky" and ...

The South Gon' Rise Again

Overview by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 18 January 1975

"Oh yeah, who says?" asks a sceptical ROY CARR who, after swigging hard on the Confederacy's brew of Redneck Rebel Rock, remains stubbornly unintoxicated. ...

Kinky Friedman: God Bless John Wayne (Faber and Faber)

Review and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, 1999

Kinky Friedman is full of himself. He always was in his ’70s singing days with provocateur country & western outfit The Texas Jewboys. And now ...

I Was a Texas Jewboy

Memoir by Michael Simmons, L.A. Weekly, 29 July 2010

MY FIRST LIVE sighting of Richard "Kinky" "Big Dick" Friedman was at Max's Kansas City in New York in 1973. He was headlining Upstairs at ...

Bob Dylan Turns 70

Retrospective and Interview by Michael Simmons, L.A. Weekly, 12 May 2011

I'M 56 YEARS old. Old enough to remember one president's assassination and another's resignation, black people getting beaten for insisting on the right to vote ...

Is Kinky Friedman "The Loneliest Man I Ever Met"?

Report and Interview by Stephen K. Peeples, stephenkpeeples.com, 5 December 2015

THE NIGHT after Kinky Friedman finished recording The Loneliest Man I Ever Met, between the epic floods of spring 2015, the Texas-based singer-songwriter, humorist, entrepreneur and ...

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