Talk:Stephen Davis (music journalist)

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Hello, I'm going to add some cited information about the author
which was printed on the last page of one of his books.
I'm not making any changes to existing information.
I hope you will agree that this addition is worthwhile.

Stephen Davis was born in New York City and began his career writing for the Old Cambridge Phoenix in 1970
His journalism has appeared in Rolling Stone, The New York Times, the Boston Globe
and numerous other papers and magazines.[1]

  1. ^ Davis, Stephen (1985), Hammer of the Gods. Ballantine Books New York ISBN 0-345-33516-3, p.360

- Rockthing 19:59, 21 November 2006 (UTC)