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February 27th 2012: Overcoming Adversity with Legendary Music Manager Brixton Key

In a fascinating interview Brixton will discuss his unusual upbringing as well as the U.K. music scene in the 1960’s, a time fueled by drugs and rock and roll. He will talk about dysfunctional families, what it was like working for the British music weekly Melody Maker; becoming Chris Isaak’s music manager in America, getting a second chance at life (his battle and recovery from heroin addiction as well as a life-threatening brain aneurism), and his semi-autobiographical book Charlie Six. More info can be found on his website

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Brixton Key

Brixton Key was born in Isleworth, England in the 1950s to a party-loving Mum and an errant Dad. Expelled from boarding school, which he attended on a scholarship, Brixton landed a gig with the British music weekly Melody Maker, writing under the name of Mark Plummer.
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