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by Phil Varone
 
Varone shares his thoughts on everything from what it's really like to be a rock star on a bus for weeks on end to the man-band bonding rituals and endless groupies. He opens up about the inside story of what it's like to sleep with more than 3000 women and remember only half of it.

His pages take the reader through his childhood on Long Island, his role in

Overview

Varone shares his thoughts on everything from what it's really like to be a rock star on a bus for weeks on end to the man-band bonding rituals and endless groupies. He opens up about the inside story of what it's like to sleep with more than 3000 women and remember only half of it.

His pages take the reader through his childhood on Long Island, his role in founding Saigon Kick and his bizarre journey through the 80s and 90s rock scene.

In between his rock 'n roll memoir, Varone tells us how he sees the world in a no-holds barred riff on American culture – what makes it so unique and great to what makes it funny and often sad.

"This is a wildly original stand-up comedy routine, except the reader is sitting down," said Lori Perkins, publisher of RAB. "It still makes me want to see his "Sex, Stand Up, Rock & Roll Show" when in gets to NYC."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016665153
Publisher:
Riverdale Avenue Books
Publication date:
04/16/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
187
Sales rank:
995,496
File size:
708 KB

Meet the Author

Phil Varone is the rock drummer, actor, producer and comedian, best known for his stint with the rock groups Saigon Kick and Skid Row.

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Un-Philtered 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very good book, people! I have been one of his and his bands Saigon Kick since they were a local act.