Part news report, part social history, and part memoir, this book tells the story of a band from the wrong side of the tracks trying to stay afloat in an ever changing musical and social climate. At a rock gig in a Rhondda pub, the author discovered the band Midasunoa gaggle of Merthyr kids with a ton of conviction and a penchant for neck breaking guitar riffs. In 2005, she stepped onto the tour bus they call Black Betty, and now she recalls the experiences of the band as they razed the British toilet circuit.
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About the Author
Rachel Trezise is the author of In and Out of the Goldfish Bowl, and her stories and features have appeared in publications such as the Big Issue, New Welsh Review and Urban Welsh.