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46 Years of Phoenix Covers

A trip through the Phoenix cover archives
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 13, 2012
 
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3. VOICES OF GENERATIONS
In December 1980, the Phoenix literally stopped the presses to cover Lennon’s death. In 1994, on the occasion of Kurt Cobain’s OD in Rome, we published WFNX program director Kurt St. Thomas’s interview. Just over a month later, Cobain was found dead.
 
 
READ: "Lennon Remembered" | "The music community reacts" | December 1980

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