Postcards From a Rock and Roll Tour
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Author is drummer with band The Moody Blues. Huge potential particularly in the United States where the band tour regularly.

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Foreword by Graeme Edge of The Moody Blues.

Postcards From a Rock and Roll Tour

Gordy Marshall

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Postcards From a Rock & Roll Tour is drummer Gordy Marshall's witty and wry take on life on the road touring with legendary rock band The Moody Blues. Part memoir, part travelogue, it's a candid, unexpected and often hilarious account of just what it's like to travel around the world playing to sell-out audiences, living out of a suitcase and spending days and days on a tour bus. If you thought being in a rock band was all sex, drugs and rock and roll, then think again. Postcards From a Rock & Roll Tour gives a rare insight into the reality of life as a travelling musician.

Includes a foreword by the legendary Graeme Edge of The Moody Blues.

Author Biography

For 22 years Gordy Marshall has been touring the world as a musician playing drums with legendary band The Moody Blues. His varied career also includes stints with Cliff Richard, Lulu, former Spice Girl Emma Bunton and Katie Melua. For the past five years Gordy has been playing in The War of the Worlds live tour and will be on the forthcoming album The War of the Worlds: The New Generation.

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Bibliographic Information
Publish State
Published
Language
English
Readership
General
Publisher / Imprint
Splendid Books Limited
Publication Country / Place
United Kingdom
Title Identifier (ISBN/ISSN)
9780956950543 / 095695054X
Format
Paperback
Primary Price
7.99 GBP
Pages
288
Dimensions
198 x 130 mm
Illustration
Black and white