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Face-to-face with a legend without being in on the story…

Arts & Literature Column
Written by Nathan Mattise

I almost wrote this column about Nic Harcourt late last year (as he was stepping down for one of my eight people in ’08). Did you have to click the link to his wiki or can you recognize the name? He’s a legend in my eyes because I sought out online music and KCRW has one of the best online entities. But despite how much success he’s had in the music and radio industries, is it fair to call him a legend if people outside a very specific niche can’t recognize his name?

That’s the precise question I was asking myself this morning when I got to meet Anna Kisselgoff.

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