No Subject is Sacred for Vic Chesnutt, Including JFK's Sexploits

Seattle Weekly | November 30, 2009
All great artists are misunderstood in one way or another. When Vic Chesnutt is considered at all, it's often as a tragic figure whose past missteps continue to haunt him. But throughout his work a salty sense of humor can be found alongside much tenderness, rage, and self-doubt.

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