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Steve Alexander's first Barry Fey experience was getting tear-gassed while trying to watch Jimi Hendrix at the Denver Pop Festival in 1969. After a career in radio and television news in Denver, Steve became an agent for professional athletes, broadcasters and authors.
Rich Wolfe is the author or co-author of many bestselling books including For Mets Fans Only and Ron Santo: A Perfect 10 and many others.
Loved his little tidbits on different people and bands. It was very interesting how that business works.Published 6 days ago by Debra
Great perspective from someone on the inside of some of the biggest acts in Rock lore!! $750 for Led Zeppelin! Are you serious??Published 4 months ago by Imogene Pass Run
HAD SOME COOL STORIES. WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE HEARD ABOUT MORE OF THE SPECIFIC ENCOUNTERS HE HAD. NOT ENOUGH DIRT!!!Published 4 months ago by JPR
I knew Barry many years ago and was touched with his stories, many of which I had heard from him!Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you are from Denver and enjoyed going to concerts before the mega corporations took over the biz...this book is for you. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Ready
Barry Fey tells his story from the heart and I enjoyed reading this book. It has a refreshing take on the promotional side of music. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Linda Lauren
A great read. Barry Fey was the insider's insider. Though recently past away, Barry lets you live through him what it was like in the 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and 2000's to set up... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Commando Big
Amazingly, even with a co-writer, the book was full of mis-spellings and grammatical errors.
Barry was all about money. Read more
If you like the "inside look" at the music business from the fun early years, for rock and roll, you'll enjoy this book. Entertaining.Published 18 months ago by Bob Langford