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Yusuf Revisits ‘Tea For The Tillerman,’ His Landmark Album As Cat Stevens

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Known as Yusuf since becoming a Muslim in the late ’70s, the man who was Cat Stevens discusses Tea for the Tillerman 2, a reimagining of his now-50-year-old masterpiece.

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Jonas Group Publishing Launches in Nashville

Growing talent management and entertainment company Jonas Group Entertainment announced yesterday the launch of its new Nashville, TN-based Publishing division, Jonas Group Publishing, with flagship songwriter Terri Jo Box joining founder and CEO Kevin Jonas, Sr. on the roster. Revealed exclusively by MusicRow, read the feature here. “My love of Nashville goes way back as a writer and an artist,” Jonas, Sr. shared with MusicRow. “There is a multi-genre story that is rising fast in Nashville and we want to be part of it.” “The roots of Nashville […]

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