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Backstage with Bryan Rooney: From Liverpool…

Backstage with Bryan Rooney: From Liverpool to Ringo to Donna Summer...

by Bryan P. Rooney

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 160530851X, Paperback)

Haven't you always wanted to go BackStage? Englishman Bryan Rooney is your personal guide through the highs and lows of the music business as he experienced it, starting where rock 'n' roll begain: Liverpool in the 1960s. As one of the first roadies ever, Bryan tells firsthand about life on and off the road -- and around the world -- with Procol Harum, Reinhard Mey, The Beatles, Harry Nilsson, Keith Moon, Donna Summer, and more. Join this master storyteller as he takes you from concert riots in the Frisian Islands and Milan, through the hallways of Tittenhurst Park, to being pulled over by Malibu cops in an Excalibur with a drunken Keith Moon wearing a Nazi uniform. Celebrate Bryan's wedding with his best man Ringo Starr, and fly the Concorde with sausages for John Lennon. BackStage is your pass to this whirlwind adventure.

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