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Book Review: Tales From The Stage by Michael Toney

Well, not every musician that came off the Sunset Strip in it’s heyday became a household name and not every book about rock musicians needs to focus on the 1% that were.

With “Tales From The Stage” what you’ll get is a real life look at the 99% that helped to shape the scene, but have faded a bit into the real world that most of us fans live in.

Author Michael Toney asks the questions that no one else seems to.  How much of your current income comes from music?  How big is your house?  What kind of car do you drive?  These answers will likely surprise you as much as they did me!

Although you may be hesitant to pick up a book who’s main “characters” are the guitar player from Stryper or a drummer from Foreigner, don’t be so quick to judge.  The stories these guys (and one girl) will share with you may just shed some light on those big names that you do know by heart.

And Eddie Trunk is in it.

Enough said.

Pick up your copy at http://www.talesfromthestage.com