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Jonh Ingham

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Jonh Ingham (born 1951) is an English entrepreneur who has worked in music journalism, pop band and nightclub management, advertising, internet application development and management consultancy. In the mid-1970s he worked for the British pop music newspaper Sounds, and was a key journalist in the development of the punk rock pop and fashion music movement in the United Kingdom when he published the first press interview with the Sex Pistols. Early life Ingham was born in Australia to English parents, and grew up in Australia, Canada, and the USA. He received his formal education at South Eugene High School, Eugene, Oregon, and at the California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles, where he took a course in pop music criticism from Robert Christgau of The Village Voice; Christgau helped him get his first work as a journalist. Ingham's articles appeared in Rolling Stone, Creem, and other contemporary magazines whilst he was still in college. With Greg Shaw he was instrumental
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