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Ron Sexsmith: Whereabouts

Barney Hoskyns, Rolling Stone, 10 June 1999

THAT THE TERM "singer-songwriter" is no longer one of abuse is at least partly because of the excellent Ron Sexsmith. A thirtysomething Canadian who sounds sometimes like a young Jackson Browne and sometimes like the Ray Davies of Village Green Preservation Society, moon-faced Ron writes and sings sweetly droopy songs that melt the heart and assuage the soul.

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