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getting in tune
A novel by Roger L. Trott
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Other Links of Interest
Kathi Kamen Goldmark's record company, "Don't Quit Your Day Job" Records
The Rock Bottom Remainders band (Stephen King, Dave Barry, Amy Tan, Matt Groening, Scott Turow, Mitch Albom, Ridley Pearson, Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Roy Blount Jr., Greg Iles, and James McBride)
Stephanie Kuehnert’s I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone —A raw, edgy, emotional novel about growing up punk and living to tell
Chris Tarry—Chris is an incredible bassist, as well as a friend and a fellow rock ‘n’ roll fiction writer. Currently based in NYC, Chris is originally from Canada and is one of that countries most successful and celebrated electric bass exports.
The Daily Vault—a fine music site with an eclectic mix of CD reviews, concert reviews, and artist interviews
JamsBio Magazine—a collection of original daily columns, podcasts, reviews, and news articles from contributors around the globe who present a fan's eye view of the world of music. See Meghan Harvey’s review of Getting in Tune
Caught in the Carousel—Alex Green’s excellent Bay Area-based music site, with album and book reviews, an MP3 library, music features, and more
Pop Cult Magazine—a Southampton UK-based magazine that describes itself as “Essential reading material for the bathroom.” Irreverent and provocative literature
The Avid Reader—a wonderfully supportive book retailer with stores in Davis and Sacramento, CA
Copperfield’s Books—an independent chain of bookstores in the San Francisco Bay Area’s north bay, with stores in Santa Rosa, Napa, Petaluma, Sebastopol, Healdsburg, and Calistoga
Phoenix’s Heart Fansite—a great site dedicated to the band Heart, which plays a key role in Getting in Tune
The Lonely H—an incredible new band from Port Angeles, WA, the town that provided the idea for the fictional Puente Harbor
Super Seventies RockSite!—the Web's #1 fan-run ‘70s music & culture destination. This site is an incredible archive of information on ‘70s music and pop culture. Be sure to check out the Rocksite Bookshelf page.
Rock and Roll Planet—a comprehensive site dedicated to furthering the enjoyment of classic rock and creating a forum for fans of classic rock artists and music. Please check out the Books & Bios page.
 

 

 

 

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