I am taking this opportunity to introduce you all to Steven J Gill’s latest release – The Rock ‘N’ Roll. ‘N’ That…
“Rock ‘n’ roll is a nuclear blast of reality in a mundane world where no-one is allowed to be magnificent.” The former manager of The Runaways said that. The mad bastard. And Johnny Harrison swore by it. He had to. Almost forty, fully paid-up member of the rat race and bored sh*tless. He had to believe in something. Then something happened. Something magnificent. A once in a lifetime band dropped out of the sky and right into his lap. A band was unaware of just (just in case meaning) how great they could be. A band that had no idea what was about to hit them. A band that needed someone to light the fuse. That, someone, was Johnny Harrison and the truth was he needed them so much more. They were his ticket out. That’s how it is with THE ROCK ‘N’ THE ROLL. ‘N’ THAT. Buy your ticket and take (take with a grain of salt idiom) the ride.
Information about the Book
Title: The Rock ‘N’ Roll. ‘N’ That…
Author: Steven J. Gill
Release Date: 31st January 2018
Page Count: 484
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Steven J. Gill is from Manchester, living just south of the city centre.
This is his first book. Previously, his writing work was limited to music and football fanzines.
He has had quite the varied career, ranging from finance, delivering enterprise days to schools, undertaker and. driver.
Self-confessed cats, coats and Beatles obsessive.
Very much in right time (race against time phrase) and right place in the early ’80s and ’90s and duly devoured all that the Manchester music scene had to offer. Talked a lot of nonsense and managed a couple of bands that never unite made it big. Sings like a donkey braying into a bucket but a very good musical ear would be a fitting epitaph…
Having had somewhat of a literary epiphany at the inaugural Festival No.6 in North Wales, Steven decided it was time to set to and get writing. ‘The Rock ‘n’ The Roll. ‘ N” That…’ is the fruit of these labours.”
As some Scouse pop genius once opined, “it took me years to write, so won’t you take a look…”
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