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About Theoden Janes

Theoden Janes

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Théoden Janes -- who has covered entertainment at the Observer for nine years -- is a veteran of three Taylor Swift concerts (but won't admit that he actually likes her). Call him at 704-358-5897 or email: tjanes@charlotteobserver.com.