CHARLES DISMAS BURGESS, (a/k/a Chuckie), lives in Los Angeles and works as a music researcher investigating copyrights and the historical origins of music for the film, television and internet entertainment industries. Chuckie was once the youngest on-air host ever employed by WJCC radio in suburban Boston, where he produced a weekly four hour broadcast in the mid-1980s. He took his creative talents to California in 1995 and became a production assistant on several television shows, including Politically Incorrect where he periodically contributed monologue material. He is a member of ASCAP and has dozens of original compositions registered. He had his first children’s book, Gramma’s Critters, published in 2010 and his first contribution to the Black Mesa IQ series, Rock & Roll Music IQ, was published in 2012. Chuckie attended Syracuse University where he met his wife Heather (and incognito editor). The Burgesses have four children: ten-year-old Dylan, seven-year-old twins Quinn and Annie, and two-year-old Henry.
51 QUESTIONS FOR THE DIEHARD MUSIC FAN: The Rolling Stonesby Charles Dismas Burgess
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In a 1987 interview, Mick Jagger told prominent British music journalist Steve Turner that, “We didn't set out on bits of paper that we were going to be the voice of a generation.” And yet, the Stones’ music “echoed the thinking of any generation you care to name, including the present one.” Now from the author of music trivia titles such as The Beatles IQ and Rock & Roll IQ comes a new challenge for Rolling Stones fans. Celebrate the legendary Stones with this ultimate trivia test—51 Questions for the Diehard Music Fan: The Rolling Stones.
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