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Friday, April 15 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Hall & Oates Find Their Voices
Stephen Thomas Erlewine, “’70s Scenario: How Daryl Hall & John Oates Walked Along the Red Ledge to Discover Their X-Static Voice”
Thomas Inskeep, “What Does an Imperial Phase Sound Like? The Voice of Hall & Oates at Their ’80s Peak”
Alfred Soto, “Downtown Life: The Urban Voices of Daryl Hall”

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Chris Molanphy

Chris Molanphy is a pop-chart analyst and critic who writes about the intersection of culture and commerce in popular music. His work has appeared in Slate, Pitchfork, NPR Music's The Record, Billboard, Rolling Stone, and CMJ. Chris is also a frequent guest on National Public Radio (Soundcheck, All Things Considered, Planet Money, On the Media) and on Slate’s podcasts The Gist and the Culture Gabfest. He created the chart-analysis column... Read More →

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Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Stephen Thomas Erlewine is a Senior Editor of Pop Music at Rovi, whose database of music information is licensed throughout the internet and can be accessed at Allmusic.com. While at Rovi/Allmusic, he's written thousands of record reviews and biographies. He's also contributed to Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Vulture, Wondering Sound and Maura magazine, and has written liner notes for Raven Records and Legacy. | | “‘70s Scenario: How... Read More →
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Thomas Inskeep

Thomas Inskeep is a pop-chart obsessive and critic who writes daily for The Singles Jukebox. His reviews have been published in Seattle Weekly, Allmusic, SPIN, and Stylus Magazine, and he has also appeared in The Village Voice and Nashville Weekly. Hall & Oates’ “Out of Touch” topped the Billboard Hot 100 the week of his 14th birthday. “What Does an Imperial Phase Sound Like? The Voice of Hall & Oates at their... Read More →
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Alfred Soto

Alfred Soto is a media advisor and instructor at Florida International University in Miami. His work has appeared in Slate, Billboard, SPIN, The Village Voice, and The Quietus. He is a contributing editor to The Singles Jukebox and served as features editor for Stylus Magazine. His writing on music, film, books, and politics can be read at humanizingthevacuum.wordpress.com. His karaoke version of Hall & Oates’ “Say It... Read More →


Friday April 15, 2016 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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