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Passion Is Not Enough: Four Elements to Change the World
Backstage Publishing, 2010
What others are saying: "Never before have we seen such a passionate generation of young leaders step up with a desire to change the world. The potential for change is enormous, but Greg is right when he says 'passion is not enough.' I'm excited about this book and what I believe it can do for thousands of passionate young leaders who are looking for next steps." --PETE WILSON, Pastor of Cross Point and Author of Plan B. "Many people want to ...
Backstage (Book 4 of The Back-Up Series)
Trey Taylor was loving life. Bass player to the world famous rock band Devil’s Lair, chicks falling to their knees at every turn, no one to be held accountable to for his actions…life rocked. He had all he needed, food to sustain his body, sex to sustain his libido, rock to sustain his soul. For years he walked to the beat of his own drum, and made no excuses to anyone. Running and hiding can temporarily distract your fate, but it won’t ...
Dimensions Behind the Twilight Zone: A Backstage Tribute to Television's Groundbreaking Series
ECW Press, 2007
In this tribute to Rod Serling’s quintessential television show The Twilight Zone , more than 300 original behind-the-scenes production photographs shot during the filming of the show are accompanied by insightful captions, rare documents, and exclusive interviews with producers, directors, writers, and actors who worked on the series. Featuring candid interviews with Serling’s widow, Carol, his brother and cowriter, Robert, and his ...
Front & Center (Book 2 of The Back-up Series)
Warning: This book is meant for mature readers who are 18+. It contains explicit language, and graphic sexual content. Jack was a rock star on the way to fame. Leila was following her dream and joining his band as a back-up singer. An insane attraction sparked between them that they couldn’t deny. Attraction quickly led to so much more. They ignored all the warnings and fell in love. When the couple embark on their tour, they ...
Forgiving Gia (Rocker Series Book 2)
Gina M Whitney, 2014
Book 2 of 3...Must read in order. 18+ BDSM themed Rock Romance. "Every now and then a book comes along that just steals your breath away. I got two this year, Saving Abel and Forgiving Gia. It's the culmination of the story, the music, the drugs, sex and rock n roll ... it's orgasmic and electric. Gina Whitney makes me feel alive! YES! This is what Erotica should be! Gina Whitney has done it again with another story worthy of gluing me to ...
In January of 2010, a wide-eyed English grad went from peddling software in NYC to understudying the lead role in WICKED the musical -- her first professional theater gig (ever). UNNATURALLY GREEN is the humorous account of the entire journey, from her pit-stain-filled audition to the bittersweet closing night. Author Felicia Ricci wears her heart on her sleeve as she tackles the role of Elphaba, WICKED's green-skinned heroine. She leaps ...
All Access: Your Backstage Pass to Concert Photography
Advice, inspiration, and insight for taking remarkable concert photos Concert photography poses a unique set of challenges to photographers, including night or low-light, inconsistent stage lighting, a moving subject matter, limitations on vantage point, complex exposure situations, and no chance for re-takes. Compounded with those hurdles is a lack of resources on this subject?until now. All Access: Your Backstage Pass to Concert Photography ...
I Hope You Are Living As High on the Hog As the Pig You Turned Out to Be
takes readers through the ins and outs, ups and downs, and who's who of country music, offering anecdotes, asides, and unusual photographs featuring Hank Williams, Tammy Wynette, Roy Clark, Dolly Parton, and many others. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.
I'm In the Band: Backstage Notes from the Chick in White Zombie
Soft Skull Press
Art rock? Noise rock? Punk-metal? Alternative? White Zombie may have been unclassifiable, but it didn’t stop them from carving out a place for themselves in music history. The band became a multiplatinum, two-time Grammy nominee with the release of their 1992 album, La Sexorcisto . But while most people will remember their bizarre look and macabre lyrics, what many failed to realize was that their lanky, high-octane bass player was a woman. ...
Encore (Book 3 of The Back-Up Series)
Warning: This book is meant for mature readers who are 18+. It contains explicit language, and graphic sexual content. You’ve read Back-up, you’ve read Front & Center, and you want an encore? Jack and Leila have had to deal with some devious nonsense in their lives. But now, life is real good. Find out what they’ve been up to. Travel into the future with Jack, Leila and all their friends. Put to rest your questions of “What ...
Get Carter: Backstage in History from JFK's Assassination to the Rolling Stones
Fine's Creek Publishing LLC
For most of his life, Bill Carter has been hearing two words that either struck fear in his heart or caused it to race for an entirely different reason: Get Carter. Early in his career, this Arkansas maverick established himself as the "go-to guy" in difficult situations. Whenever there was a tough job to do, the call went out to "Get Carter." A Secret Service agent when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas on November 22, 1963, ...
Live at the Fillmore East: A Photographic Memoir
Amalie R. Rothschild
Thunder's Mouth Press
From 1968 to 1971 Bill Graham's Fillmore East in New York City was the East coast Mecca for the music that shaped a generation. Not only that: thanks to a visionary technical staff and unsurpassed psychedelic light shows, the Fillmore East stage was the place where rock music became rock theater. Now available in paperback, the highly acclaimed Live at the Fillmore East tells the story of its heyday with more than 200 black and white ...
To Air is Human: One Man's Quest to Become the World's Greatest Air Guitarist
How an average musician put aside his "there" guitar and reinvented himself as Björn Türoque, the take-no-prisoners future of air guitar. The true story of how mildly successful guitarist and New York Times writer Dan Crane relinquished his instrument and became Björn Türoque (pronounced "b-yorn too-RAWK"), the second greatest air guitarist in the nation. This exploration of the international air guitar sub-culture addresses the issue ...
Telluride Bluegrass Festival: Forty Years of Festivation
Dan Sadowsky (Author)
Sam Bush (Foreword)
Revered as a sold-out cultural phenomenon in the world's most spectacular location -- Telluride, Colorado -- the term ‘Progressive Bluegrass’ was practically invented among the community of astounding musicians who brought the cutting edge of pure country music inventiveness to a fresh breed of hyper-appreciative audiences. Telluride Bluegrass Festival: Forty Years of Festivation tells the colorful story of the stumbles and spills of the ...
Guiding Light: A 50th Anniversary Celebration
The World Wrestling Entertainment Yearbook 2003 Edition
World Wrestling Entertainment
The ultimate guide to 2002 - this book gathers the highlights, the heroes and the heels in a lavishly illustrated full-colour record for every wrestling fan. 2002 was a epic year for WWE fans, covering amongst other sensations the return of Hollywood Hulk Hogan to the ring and The Rock conquering Hollywood in his turn. Now here is the book that every WWE fan will want to own: a fabulous full-colour in-depth record of the year -- the hits, the ...
Backstage Pass: Written By Susie Vitale
Hit Records Llc
Get a Backstage Pass for all the craziness of rock n roll! After years of hearing the comment, ""You should write a book,"" world renowned drummer Joe Vitale finally takes you backstage for a rare and intimate look behind the scenes, as told to his wife of thirty-five years, Susie Vitale. This book includes Joe s all-time favorite stories and over a hundred pages of his personal photographs. Backstage Pass is a very personal, humorous, and ...
The Back Stage Guide to Stage Management
Thomas A. Kelly
Back Stage Books, 1991
The person that holds together all of the production elements of theatre work is the stage manager. This is the person responsible for the form and discipline of rehearsal and performance, for maintaining working script, cue sheets and daily records. They are also responsible for the supervision of the technical and artistic aspects of production. In this book, an experienced stage manager discusses his craft from the standpoint of technical ...
Play it Again (From the Files of Madison Finn, Book 3)
Act one, scene one. When Mr. Gibbons posts the cast for the upcoming production of the seventh-grade musical, The Wiz, Madison's world gets a dose of serious drama. Can her role as stage manager of the show help her figure out who likes whom and who her real friends and enemies are?
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