Unknown Rockstar: The Autobiography of Kenny Knight | Paperback
by Kenny Knight (Author)
Gray Dog Press
October 15, 2010
Product Description From Hollywood to Lake Tahoe, The Imperials to Mark Lindsay, Kenny Knight worked in the hottest venues and with some of the most influential musicians and performers of his day, thanks to a directive to drop his sax and pick up a guitar. In Unknown Rock Star, Kenny recounts his forty-plus years of experience in the entertainment industry, from sound man to stage performer to radio host and studio master. Part raw autobiography, part how-to guide to success in "The Biz," Unknown Rock Star offers a rare glimpse of how an everyday kid from California harnessed his talent and made it in the entertainment industry through hard work, perseverance, personal tragedy, and an unyielding faith in the music.
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