One of the very best books on the history of rock n roll ever.....I loved every page! You fans of Detroit and Flint rock music from the 1960s and beyond will adore Peter C's book!
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This is a special “Fourth of July” Thank You From Peter Cavanaugh for all of your support through the years as we celebrate the Fortieth Anniversary of our last “Wild Wednesday” at Sherwood Forest on June 26, 1974.
Presenting – “Local DJ -- At A Glance” – The Digital Edit -- AVAILABLE IN ALL DIGITAL FORMATS FREE OF CHARGE UNTIL MIDNIGHT SUNDAY, JULY 6th AT https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/453967
Following the original publication of “Local DJ” in 2002 and a subsequent “Tenth Anniversary Digital Update” in 2012, I was urged to edit select sections from the book dealing primarily with Flint Rock & Roll history for my friend, Vince Lorraine, such to be run as monthly columns in his classy “My City” magazine commencing in September of 2013.
With the last chapter, “Epilogue: Toledo and Beyond” having been released in the July 2014 issue and after receiving outstanding response to the columns and hearing from dozens of old friends and scores of new ones, I have been encouraged to digitally publish the series as “Local DJ -- At A Glance.”
Essentially, this “Digital Compression Edit” ruthlessly slashes 126,535 words in the expanded “Tenth Anniversary Update” to 14,376 - in the process providing a significantly more time-efficient presentation that is substantially more “family friendly” as well. Left behind are hundreds of sordid highlights and amazingly wild tales of sex, drugs and Rock & Roll the more adventurous “At a Glance” readers can easily discover elsewhere.
This is for all the Moms and Dads who had to leave the room when “Buffalo Dick” was “on the air.”
And aging children everywhere.