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May 15, 2008 Julian is cleverly disguised as a sensitive singer-songwriter: He's a white guy with an acoustic guitar. In fact, he's a true soul singer and an astonishing storyteller in the vein of Randy Newman or Paul Simon. Hear an interview and performance from WFUV.
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December 19, 2006 Claudia Marshall, host of City Folk Morning on New York-based NPR station WFUV, compiled this list of the year's best discoveries: breakthrough artists likely to make a bigger mark in the months and years to come.
February 7, 2006 Though he has toured with Norah Jones as a guitarist, Richard Julian also has a distinguished solo career of his own. His previous album, Good Life, won an Independent Music Award as best album of the year. His latest release is Slow New York.
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