Garage Band

Garage BandGarage Band by Bruce N. Carlson

Thankfully, this poorly written year-in-the-life story of a garage band that existed in New York in 1971-1972 is only 25 pages.

I received this book through Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for an honest review.

It stinks.

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Nightmare

 

nightmare.jpgAnother Nightmare Gig from Hell by Nick Zelinger and Tammy Brackett

If you’ve ever fantasized about putting together a band and touring the open road…this collection of stories might just make you rethink that idea!

Often humorous and sometimes scary, anyone who has gigged can relate to at least one of these tales.

“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review via Audiobook Boom.”

Catching Up

music.jpgCatching Up:  Connecting with Great 21st Century Music by Jim Fusilli

Don’t be a Gee Bee (generationally biased). Too often we are stuck in a mode and only like music from our past, declaring “new” music as inferior. You can find music to treasure from any era. With the record companies no longer in control of what we get to hear, there are many options available to us to listen to and appreciate new music, and the author presents several great examples from the past two decades. You are bound to find something you like, or at least a new direction to explore.

I received this book for free through a  Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.