Chris Willman

music writer, Variety

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Entertainment journalist, as seen past or present in Variety, Yahoo, Billboard, the Hollywood Reporter, TV Guide, Entertainment Weekly, the L.A. Times.

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The Beatles had Yoko Ono; Journey may have Donald Trump. That’s an observation one journalist made as he wrote about the growing split in Journey.

Will rock band Journey break up over Donald Trump?

The Beatles had Yoko Ono; Journey may have Donald Trump. That’s an observation one journalist made as he wrote about the growing split in Journey.

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