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Editors’ Notes

No one’s going to believe Lenny Kravitz when he sings “I Don’t Want to Be a Star.” Not when he notes he “got high with Jagger/It was really cool,” and not when he claims he “can save your soul” on “Minister of Rock n’ Roll.” And not when he fills an entire album with the kind of classic rock riffs that beg to be performed in arenas in front of millions of cellphone-waving fans. Few rockers are more attuned to the demands of the arena and the rock star life than Kravitz, who has always looked and sounded the part of the prototypical rock star. His retro stylings have always kept an eye on modern life, and tracks such as “Where Are We Runnin’?” and “Sistamamalover” send the sound back to the boogie and soul of the '70s without blinking. His entire career is based on his love for both the sound and the mythology of the classic rock of the '60s and early '70s.

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I keep playing “Where are We Running?” over and over and over again. It’s making me move…please make it stop!


Born: May 26, 1964 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Rock music in the 1980s had completely lost the gritty feel of earlier eras, until Lenny Kravitz rediscovered the magic formula. Kravitz's sonic template combined good old-fashioned rock & roll with glam, soul, and psychedelia, making him a massive success. He made a splash straight out of the gate with his album Let Love Rule. After that, he de-emphasized the flower-power aspects of his music and began moving toward a heavier rock sound. This progression brought him such huge hits as "Are You Gonna...
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