Finding his academic voice: Flory rocks career studying Motown

As a UNC doctoral student and Royster Fellow in musicology, Andrew Flory assisted John Covach in his course on the history of rock music. They collaborated on What’s That Sound?—incubated at UNC— which has become the best-selling rock history textbook in the market. Now an assistant professor of music at Carleton College, Flory is an expert in rhythm and blues music and credits his Carolina experience for helping him find his academic voice.

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