Grunge Seattle

Grunge Seattle

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by Justin Henderson
     
 

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Detailing the intertwined lives of members of core grunge bands, this thoroughly researched account reveals the origins and inspirations of the grunge music movement. Illustrating the dramatic and emotional tensions that arose between the various players, it describes the collisions between personalities and egos, artists and corporations, suburbs and cities,

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Detailing the intertwined lives of members of core grunge bands, this thoroughly researched account reveals the origins and inspirations of the grunge music movement. Illustrating the dramatic and emotional tensions that arose between the various players, it describes the collisions between personalities and egos, artists and corporations, suburbs and cities, obscurity and fame. It is also a unique guide to the key locations in the grunge story, exploring the cafes, apartments, and studios where members of bands such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, and Alice in Chains practiced and played.

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"A must read, not only for die hard grunge music fans, but for anyone with an interest in the evolution of American music."  —Perceptive Travel Blog

"A detailed history of artists and key players in the music's development . . . it's also a guide to locations that were significant for grunge rockers."  —mynorthwest.com

"What is it about this area that influenced musicians to create a style of music that . . . went completely against the grain? Henderson doesn’t just take this at face value, he does a good job explaining the history of the region . . . Grunge Seattle will be a treat to aficionados."  —Seattle Subsonic

"The book is awesome and I highly recommend it if you are a fan of the American 90's rock music scene. . . . Henderson does a great job." —Steev Riccardo, Rock n Roll Buzz, www.YankeeShopper.net (January 5, 2012)

Perceptive Travel Blog
A must read, not only for die hard grunge music fans, but for anyone with an interest in the evolution of American music.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984316502
Publisher:
Roaring Forties Press
Publication date:
07/09/2010
Series:
MusicPlace
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Justin Henderson is a writer who lived in Seattle during the grunge movement. He is the founder and creative director of the Sayulita Writers Workshop.

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