Singer Chan Marshall returns to glory on her ninth album, in stores now
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Last Friday, in the ancient—well, 17-year-old—traditional contest of wills, might and power-chord miming that is the Air Guitar World Championships, American Justin “Nordic Thunder” Howard rocked his way to glory. The champion beat out 11 other would-be guitar gods in the final round of the annual event, held in Oulu, Northern …
“If I listen back to something I’ve done and I get goose bumps, then I know I’m on the right track.”
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