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Lillian Roxon

Lillian Roxon

Lillian Roxon wrote about pop for the Sydney Morning Herald and the New York Daily (and Sunday) News. Her legendary Rock & Pop Encyclopaedia was published in 1969. Roxon died in her adopted New York City in August 1973, following an asthma attack.

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David Cassidy: Madison Square Garden, New York NY

Live Review by Lillian Roxon, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 19 March 1972

David Cassidy was a roaring success ...

Al Green: The Soft-Sell World of Al Green

Interview by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 15 July 1973

IT IS THE HOTTEST, most enervating Sunday in all creation. I am in Manhattan, and it is like a steambath. He is in far off ...

The GTOs, Helen Reddy: A Requiem For Miss Christine

Comment by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 26 November 1972

THE DEATH OF Christine Frka has depressed me deeply. Miss Christine (she never used that troublesome last name) had hershining face on this page a ...

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Hippies take over from the Beatniks

Report by Lillian Roxon, Sydney Morning Herald, the, 4 March 1967

A new youth grouping, the Hippies, has sprung up in San Francisco and promises to spread over America and to Europe. Hippies are still way-out, ...

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