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Matt Nathanson, Jason Mraz, and Josh Kelley From left: singer-songwriters Matt Nathanson, Jason Mraz, and Josh Kelley. (Chapman Baehler (left); Stefen Chow/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / October 10, 2008

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In August I dutifully arrived at the Rod Stewart show at the Comcast Center in time to catch the opening act, Josh Kelley. Kelley, known to gossip hounds as Mr. Katherine Heigl, is a singer-songwriter. He writes pop-rock tunes, plays the guitar and the piano, and sings well. He's attractive and personable. His songs are sturdy and pretty. And he ... (Full article: 853 words)

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