Rolling Stone Founder Jann Wenner was removed from the Rock and Roll Honor List Board

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Jann Wenner, founding partner The Rock Roll Honor List, founded Rolling Stone Magazine, and was removed from the board of directors hall after commenting on black female musicians. Salon, Wenner's comments in New York Times interview on Saturday after the publication, "Jann Wenner, Rock and Roll Honor List Foundation was removed from board of directors," he said. The 77 -year -old Wenner representative did not answer immediately for a comment. The debate was due to Wenner's interview Wenner's musicians Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia, Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Townshend and U2's new book with interviews Bond - All White and Men. When asked why he did not interview women or black musicians, Wenner said “Grace Slick or Janis Joplin made a deep speech, not because they were uncertain. Please be my guest.He didn't meet this test in my mind. ” “Black artists - you know, Stevie Wonder, Genius, isn't it? I think when you use a wide word as 'masters', the error uses this word. Maybe Marvin Gaye or Curtis Mayfield? In 1967, Wenner founded Rolling Stone and worked as an editor or editorial director until 2019.He founded the Rock and Roll Honor List, which was released in 1987. In the interview, Wenner seemed to accept that he would react. Last year, Rolling Stone Magazine released the 500 largest albums of all time Gaye's, Whats Is Nows, Mitchell by Mitchell No 3, Wonder's songs in No 4, Revolution and Mrs. Lauryn in Prince Prince Theno 8Hill's Lauryn Hill's false education no.

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