Miami Herald, March 4, 2005

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Evelyn McDonnell

Few writers wield wit as lethally as Elvis Costello. The man who sneered "Did he leave your pretty fingers lying in the wedding cake?" on a famous early ballad, "Alison," is not what one would call merciful when it comes to the (many) things he disdains. His poison pen, balanced by his immense passion for beauty, even when it's "useless," is a large part of what makes Costello great.

So when he takes on the endlessly merging music industry during a 45-minute phone...

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Miami Herald, March 5, 2005


Evelyn McDonnell profiles EC ahead of his concert with The Imposters, Friday, March 4, 2005, Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami Beach, FL


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