Mackay, Kathleen, 1948-

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Kathleen Mackay is a journalist and author who has written widely on arts and culture. She has produced articles for Time, People, Rolling Stone, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post and other publications. After leaving her childhood home in Venezuela, Mackay spent the 1970s in San Francisco, where she was immersed in the music scene and began writing for Rolling Stone and Time magazine as well as writing liner notes for music releases. In the years following Mackay has co-authored four books including one that is the focus of this collection Bob Dylan: Intimate Insights from Friends and Fellow Musicians.

From the description of Kathleen Mackay Research Papers 1967-2007. (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum - Library and Archives). WorldCat record id: 757943814

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associatedWith Dylan, Bob, 1941- person
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associatedWith Seeger, Pete, 1919- person
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Folk musicians
Folk-rock music
Rock music
Rock musicians


Birth 1948-11-11



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