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The Very Public Private Life of Lenny Kravitz

by Ronald A. Rowe September 15th, 2014
September’s Featured Artist of the Month here at Tunes News is funk-rock legend Lenny Kravitz.  For better or worse, Kravitz has been in the spotlight to one degree or another for most of his 50 years, long before he earned a spot in the sun with his first album in 1989.

Lenny Kravitz’s personal life has played out very publicly from an early age.  With a famous (-ish) actress for a mother and a big-time music promoter for a father, Kravtiz was primed for a future in the public eye from the time his family moved to Hollywood when he
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Lenny Kravitz: 25 Years of Music

by Ronald A. Rowe September 8th, 2014 | Featured Artist
This month, Lenny Kravitz is celebrating 25 years in the music business with the release of his tenth studio album, Strut and we are celebrating Kravitz with a month-long commemoration of his life and music.  Kravitz’s previous releases include his debut album, Let Love Rule in 1989 and 1991’s Mama Said.   The 1993 release of Are You Gonna Go My Way launched  Kravitz into prominence in the US.  He would follow up that hit with Circus in 1995
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    by Gary Hays September 12th, 2014 | Album Review
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    by Ronald A. Rowe September 11th, 2014 | Artist Review
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