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Wayne Kramer on Fresh Air Today

Press release:

    Tuesday on Fresh Air, Rock musician Wayne Kramer talks to Terry Gross for one hour about his life and songwriting. In the late 1960s Wayne founded the revolutionary group MC5 — a forerunner of punk rock and heavy metal. After a stint in federal prison, Wayne dove head first into a prolific solo career. Seven solo albums and numerous projects later he discusses it all.

    He’s launched a new record label and has his first new new solo studio album
    in 5 years called Adult World. He’ll talk about all of this and his new
    label MuscleTone Records today on “Fresh Air.”

    If you miss it today, visit http://freshair.npr.org/ for an archived version of today’s one-hour show as well as Ken Tucker’s 6-minute glowing review of Adult World from July 25th.

    Also, just launched is www.muscletonerecords.com and we’d like to have you come by. There’s news about all of our bands and a new store where you can securely order Adult World direct from the artist’s site.

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