• Title: (C)rock Stories: Million-Dollar Tales of Music, Mayhem and Immaturity
  • Author: Dave Brigham
  • ISBN: 9781609104948
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • C rock Stories Million Dollar Tales of Music Mayhem and Immaturity Centered around music and set in cities ranging from New Haven Boston and New York to New Orleans Albuquerque and Athens GA in the mid s through the mid s these stories cover all the classic
    Centered around music and set in cities ranging from New Haven, Boston and New York, to New Orleans, Albuquerque and Athens, GA, in the mid 80s through the mid 90s, these stories cover all the classic rock and roll themes love, heartbreak, death, friendship, travel, growing up, growing apart, class conflict, petty crime, partying and the warm sensation of cheese meltingCentered around music and set in cities ranging from New Haven, Boston and New York, to New Orleans, Albuquerque and Athens, GA, in the mid 80s through the mid 90s, these stories cover all the classic rock and roll themes love, heartbreak, death, friendship, travel, growing up, growing apart, class conflict, petty crime, partying and the warm sensation of cheese melting on your face.

    One Reply to “(C)rock Stories: Million-Dollar Tales of Music, Mayhem and Immaturity”

    1. I received this book from GoodReads First Reads. This book was a such a fun read. It took me back to all the fun (and sometimes not so fun) of traveling to and attending shows. Though I was never into punk, I think a lot of the experiences are universal.Definitely a recommendation for someone who needs a laugh, and is short on time.

    2. This book takes me back to the days of Punk Rock. I wasn't a Punk Rocker, but had friends that were into the scene. Dave Brigham paints a pretty graphic picture of those days. I've been glued to the book since I picked it up. Stay Tuned!Excellent book. I would recommend this to anyone. I felt like I was riding shotgun with the author. He paints a great picture of a slice of American.

    3. Unusual book, but very interesting. it talks about the authors younger years as a musician and wanderer and music lover. I would recommend it.

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