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SIA REAL SOON: The New York Times’ weekend feature on RCA’s Sia traces the unusual career arc of one of Pop’s most successful and versatile tunesmiths—and describes her as “the socially phobic pop star.” The piece notes that her manager, Crush Music’s Jonathan Daniel, helped her find direction by urging her to pen songs for other acts, and that in a short time she’s reached “the highest echelon of contemporary songwriters.” Her aversion to fame will certainly be tested as the world comes to know the Australian artist’s new album. (4/21a)

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