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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.
The music business in it's heyday when it was "the music business" not the "business of music". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Time Flies
Thanks BAR-we for an honest look at the business of rock and roll. A terrific read that no musician or music lover will be able to put down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JimmyJames
Loved his little tidbits on different people and bands. It was very interesting how that business works.Published 3 months 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 7 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 7 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 10 months ago by Amazon Customer