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Posted November 8, 2010
This innovative approach to the telling of traditional ghost stories will thrill you as you creep along from creaky basement to haunted stage. The diverse personalities and histories of the musicians shine through in each story and add a marvelous element of artistic originality to each haunted tale. Realistic in human reaction, daringly witty and wildly chilling, this book is perfect for curling up by candlelight or taking along in your moonlit travels. A fantastic collection of ghost tales for those brave enough to rock their way through the world of the paranormal.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 1, 2010
I had so much fun reading Stacy McArdle's Rock & Roll Ghost Stories.
It's a reminder that there are things out there that are even creepier
than managers, booking agents, and record company executives. Rock &
Rollers, like ghosts, inhabit dark hallways, buildings with forgotten or
unmentioned histories, and the dimly-lit margins of the world. It's
little wonder that ghosts and musicians encounter each other! I wonder
who gets more scared? - Alex Call
Review submitted to author by Alex Call, who has been a hit recording artist and songwriter for over thirty years. His muse is legendary in the industry, and his songs have become musical icons of American pop culture. His expansive repertoire of Billboard Hot 100 hits includes: 867-5309/Jenny by Tommy Tutone, Power of Love by Huey Lewis and the News, Perfect World by Huey Lewis and the News, Little Too Late by Pat Benatar, Just Take My Heart by Mr. Big, New Romeo by Southside Johnny and the Asbury Dukes,...
Posted January 2, 2012
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