People have characterized the relationship between Mark Kozelek and his fans as abusive. The language may be extreme, but it's not that far off. Now that the singer/songwriter is bringing his fiery live act to Duluth, it's worth heeding some tips about how to get the most out of your ticket.
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When Mark Kozelek came onto the scene in the late '80s, he was doing something that not many artists were doing: keeping things simple, and allowing for copious amounts of contrast. Kozelek has drummed to his own beat with little regard to the way that many others in the industry operate; he is a ... More >>
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