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April 29, 2000 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
The first thing most people are going to hear about singer-songwriter John Oszajca is that he's engaged to Elvis Presley's daughter--which isn't the best way to be introduced in the pop world. Rolling Stone's reviewer wrote only seven words in a review of Oszajca's new debut album before making the connection to Lisa Marie Presley, and Entertainment Weekly needed just 11 words.
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April 29, 2000 | ROBERT HILBURN, TIMES POP MUSIC CRITIC
The first thing most people are going to hear about singer-songwriter John Oszajca is that he's engaged to Elvis Presley's daughter--which isn't the best way to be introduced in the pop world. Rolling Stone's reviewer wrote only seven words in a review of Oszajca's new debut album before making the connection to Lisa Marie Presley, and Entertainment Weekly needed just 11 words.
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April 28, 2000
* Grant Hart, "Good News for the Modern Man," Pachyderm. The first U.S. solo album in more than a decade from the other guy in Husker Du. * Rebecca Lynn Howard, "Rebecca Lynn Howard," MCA Nashville. Debut from a 20-year-old singer whose songs have been recorded by Reba, Vince, Patty and Lila. * Billy Joel, "2000 Years--The Millennium Concert," Columbia. Two hours of music from last New Year's Eve at Madison Square Garden. * Mary Mary, "Thankful," Columbia.
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August 25, 1999 | J.D. CONSIDINE, BALTIMORE SUN
Not having a major studio's support hasn't kept small, independently distributed films from having an impact at the box office this summer. Indeed, the imaginative, low-budget horror film "The Blair Witch Project" has done as well at the box office as a number of the season's would-be blockbusters. But there is one place where the big studio releases have a decisive advantage: CD stores.
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February 2, 2000 | SHAUNA SNOW
TV & MOVIES Appeal to Hollywood: Senators Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) and Sam Brownback (R-Kan.) took their plea for an entertainment industry "code of conduct" public Monday night in a New York meeting attended by about 200 members of the entertainment industry.
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April 6, 2003 | Robert Hilburn, Times Staff Writer
Dressed casually in sweater and loose-fitting sweat pants, Lisa Marie Presley takes her place behind the microphone in a nondescript rehearsal studio in North Hollywood and looks out at the couple of dozen friends on hand to cheer her. It's supposed to be a moment of celebration, but the atmosphere is tense. Remarkably, this is the first time she has sung before a live audience -- and she's petrified. All her previous singing has been in the safety of recording studios.
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