About the Author
<B>Chris Murray</B> is the founder and director of Govinda Gallery in Washington, D.C. For over thirty years, Murray has organized more than 200 exhibitions of many of the nation’s leading artists and photographers.<BR><BR><B>Richard Harrington</B>, a writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post and the Washington Star, has covered such artists as U2, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Jay-Z, Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton, James Brown, David Bowie, and many others. Harrington also edited two Washington alternative newspapers,<I>Woodwind</I> and<I>Unicorn Times</I>.<BR><BR><B>Chris Salewicz</B> has documented popular culture for more than three decades, in print and on television and radio. A features writer with NME from 1974 to 1981, he has published his writing, on a wide variety of subjects, in the<I>Sunday Times</I>, the<I>Independent</I>, the<I>Daily Telegraph, Conde Nast Traveller, Q, Mojo, The Face, Time Out</I> and many other British publications, as well as in countless publications worldwide. While living in Jamaica, he cowrote<I>Third World Cop</I>, at the time the most successful film ever made in the Caribbean, and he is the author of fifteen books, including the acclaimed<I>Rude Boy: Once Upon a Time in Jamaica; Redemption Song: The Definitive Biography of Joe Strummer</I>; and<I>Bob Marley: The Untold Story</I>. He lives in London.