5 edition of Washington rock and roll found in the catalog.
Washington rock and roll
|Statement||by Mark Opsasnick.|
|LC Classifications||ML3534 .O68 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||97095028|
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WASHINGTON ROCK AND ROLL: A SOCIAL HISTORY is an exhaustive study of the early years of rock and roll music in the nation's capital.2/5(1). About the Author. Jon Washington is a veteran of the Rock 'n Roll music business.
Born in Rugby, England and raised in the large industrial city of Coventry, Washington first came to America as a part of music's 'British Invasion' in Since then, he has amassed an impressive array of credits as a singer, songwriter, musician and actor/5(2). WASHINGTON POST “Hundreds of Washington rock and roll book rock-and-roll photos in a handsome new photography book [ ] The author was open to huge pop stars as much as cult musicians.
The 13th Floor Elevators, a Texas psychedelic band, warrant a two-page spread. Kiss is in there; so are Guns N’ Roses.” PHILADELPHIA INQUIRERBrand: Smithsonian Institution Press.
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The Rock & Roll Alphabet by Jeffrey Schwartz - This critically-acclaimed children's book is a two-in-one alphabet and rock history lesson. Photos by Chuck Boyd. Garage rock. In the mids, the Washington rock scene was kick-started by a Seattle group, The Frantics, led by guitarist Ron Peterson.
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But so did the fans’ cameras.About the Book: In ROCK THE POTOMAC author Mark Opsasnick provides a comprehensive history of popular music in the Washington, D.C. area from Colonial times to the end of the Vietnam War inwith a strong emphasis on the emergence of rock and roll and its .