Book: We'd Like to do a Number Now by Ted Taylercategories: Book, Rock Music, Nostalgia, Autobiographical, The Sixties, 60s, Comedy, Memoirs
Ted Taylerabout this book: A humorous trip down memory lane to the golden age of rock music. Over a decade of stories about stars past and present that I met while singing in various groups in the 60s and early 70s. Stories you'll never read anywhere else!
This book will strike a chord with those who were around at the time and anyone with a love for playing or listening to music. Originally begun in 2006 it was inspired by a music promoter friend who asked if my 'war stories' from the old days were written down anywhere? Trawling through my memory banks I managed to gather these true stories together, then eventually got them into print in August 2011.
Following the book launch party the original members of the last group I sang with were reunited after 40 years and plans are under way to play a reunion gig in November 2012 at a former roadie's 65th birthday party.
Every story in the book is true! Keep in touch with the new chapters to be written (who knows?) by reading my monthly blog.
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