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Wyman vs. Wyman

A lawyer representing former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman wants The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Bill Wyman to stop using his name. Wyman the writer was born in 1961 with that name. Wyman the rock star adopted the name in 1964. Lynn Neary talks to Bill Wyman of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution about his predicament.

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Lynn Neary is an NPR arts correspondent covering books and publishing.
Bill Wyman
As the assistant managing editor overseeing NPR News’ arts coverage, Bill Wyman and his staff offer listeners thoughtful and in-depth reporting on film, the fine arts, the performing arts, media, Internet culture, and digital technology. Wyman joined NPR in 2003.

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