Joel Selvin

Selvin prepares to [[Grilling|grill]] a [[chili pepper]], July 2009<ref>Photograph by [[Steve Miller (musician)|Steve Miller]]</ref> Joel Selvin (born February 14, 1950) is an American San Francisco-based music critic and author known for his weekly column in the ''San Francisco Chronicle'' which ran from 1972 to 2009. Selvin has written books covering various aspects of pop music—including the No. 1 ''New York Times'' best-seller ''Red: My Uncensored Life In Rock'' with Sammy Hagar—and has interviewed many musical artists. Selvin has published articles in ''Rolling Stone'', the ''Los Angeles Times'', ''Billboard'', and ''Melody Maker'', and has written liner notes for dozens of recorded albums. He has appeared in documentaries about the music scene and has occasionally taken the stage himself as a rock and roll singer. Provided by Wikipedia
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