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✨✧ Rich KienzleGrand Tour – The Life & Music Of George Jones (hardcover) ... Book
Dey St, 2016. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
George Jones is one of the most amazing talents in country music – and he was also one of the most messed-up cats on the Nashville scene – with a lifestyle and legend that maybe tops the decadence of some of the bigger rock stars of the 70s! Writer Rich Kienzle clearly loves Jones' music – as do we – but he's also not afraid to open up the darker corners of George's life – recounting his personal troubles that occurred alongside his cultural success – a long path to stardom that began with his boyhood in Beaumont, Texas – and which took a long time rising through a range of seminal recordings in the 50s, 60s, and 70s – all of which maybe showed Jones' growing and changing more than any other of his country music contemporaries. The full story is captured here – in a book that's 279 pages, hardcover, and has some black and white images. Book
(Spine has a small remainder mark.)

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✨✧ Jim Sherraden/Elek Horvath/Paul KingsburyHatch Show Print – The History Of A Great American Poster Shop (hardcover) ... Book
Chronicle, 2001. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful book about the long life and lovely creations of the Hatch Show Print shop in Nashville – an institution that's well over 100 years old, and which has a fantastic legacy in music, film, and other advertising modes! The book is full color, and tells the history of the shop while also providing a huge range of its creations – starting with early advertisements for live shows, sensational posters for movies, and some especially important ads for country music stars, once Music City really got going in the postwar years! The book is hardcover, 160 pages, and full color throughout. Book
 
 
 



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