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Glenn Gamboa is Newsday's chief pop music critic and has been writing about music for more than 20 years.
A winner of several national awards, he headed the paper's team chronicling the impact of hip-hop in America, a project that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2005.
He has appeared as a music industry expert on the BBC, NPR, MSG Network and several other radio and TV stations, as well as numerous newspapers and magazines.
A native of Cleveland, Gamboa currently lives in Brooklyn.
Maybe she should’ve been a little bit about the treble?
Pop sensation Meghan Trainor had to cancel her appearance at The Paramount in Huntington Tuesday night due to illness. The “All About That Bass” singer, who currently tops the singles charts with her self-esteem anthem, was set to open for Fifth Harmony at the Huntington venue to promote her new EP “Title.”
Trainor tweeted that...Read more »