I love this book! Johnson’s memory for the decades of adventures we shared breaking into show business is seamless. --Edward James Olmos, Actor/Director/Producer
It’s this generation’s American Graffiti—it’s Happy Days slammed into Resurrection Boulevard. It’s a winner! --Rick Marcelli, President, The Marcelli Company
A haunting story of what it takes to make it in show business. I couldn’t stop turning the pages. --Mike Foley, Editor, Dream Merchant Magazine
From the Inside Flap
"An epic story of show-biz dreams."
"It's this generation's American Graffiti it's Happy Days slammed into Resurrection Boulevard."
"Johnson's memory for the adventures we shared breaking into show business is seamless."
Edward James Olmos
Kids, This Is Rock 'N' Roll: A Rockin' and Rollin' Memoir Made on the 1960s Sunset Strip in Hollywood
Here is a story that is glamorous, inspiring, and gritty a marvelous fusion of the ups, downs, and in-betweens of life and music and passion in 1960s Hollywood, California, the place where dreams are made and chased and, sometimes, die.
When Steven "Rusty" Johnson, Eddie Olmos, and Joey Zagarino met in high school in 1962, the sky was the limit and rock 'n' roll stardom was a record deal away. These three friends forged a life-long friendship that would take them through triumph and tragedy, victory and defeat, success and failure all in the pursuit of reaching the rock 'n' roll dream.
This is not only the story of three dreamers, it is a true tale that shows that success and life is about taking it from the top, catching a good groove, and taking it one beat at a time.
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