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A Story of Music, Race, and New Beginnings in a New South

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Ashboro native Mark Kemp, formerly a music critic and associate editor at Rolling Stone, wrote this memoir about coming of age in the 1970s and a portion of his career as a journalist profiling such iconic Southern rock n roll bands as the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, REM and the Drive by Truckers. Kemp graduated from ECU and worked for a year at the Burlington Times-News to begin his career, which took him across the U.S. He’s now back in his hometown, working as a senior editor at Our State magazine, for whom he has recently profiled Freeman Vines.

Copies were autographed during the authors return to his alma mater, East Carolina University, for a reading in 2005.


AuthorMark Kemp
PublisherU of Georgia Press
Publication Date2004
Editiontrade pb., 1st
No. of Pages296
FeaturesIndex, Sources, Notes

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