This is one of my best books on Rock Music – a novel – a unique take.
I thoroughly enjoyed writing this book. It flowed from my mind. All the stories and anecdotes gelled together to create one long novel that told the whole story. It was like a tapestry unfurling. It was fun.
I hope you enjoy it half as much as I did writing it.
Churches were burning in the South. Attempts to get black voters registered were meeting heavy resistance. This wasn’t just the Klu Klux Klan, this was the Mayors, the Sheriffs and the authorities. They were actively undermining all efforts. People were being killed and ending up in the bayous. Marches, sit-ins and attempts to break segregation in eating places, buses and schools were being met with intimidation and violence.
The black leaders were under constant threat. Their lives were in danger.
Then Medgar Evers was shot. He’d been active in the movement. He had driven home to his family…
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