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Lenny Kravitz: 'Don't Call Me A Sex Symbol'

Precious Williams, Evening Standard, The, 27 November 2000

LENNY KRAVITZ is late. His "people" (a personal chef, band manager, tour manager, personal manager, publicists, fixers, press officers and assorted attractive but apparently purposeless hangers-on) are clustered in the bar of a small French hotel, making frantic mobile phone calls and periodically mouthing the words "any minute now" to me. Lenny has already been on his way "any minute now" for more than five hours.

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