Wednesday, February 18, 2009
THE PLANT-KRAUSS COLLABORATIVE MODEL
I've got to post this one in both my blogs, music and politics.
In her column at The Ventura County Star, Beverly Merrill Kelley says politicians could learn a lot from the Grammy-winning collaboration between former Led Zep wailer Robert Plant and modern bluegrass princess Allison Krauss.
I don't think much of the Grammys, but it's still a worthwhile column.
You can read it HERE.
Thanks to Deborah Baker at the Associated Press for showing me this.
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