Takes readers on a mesmerizing behind-the-scenes psychedelic journey through San Francisco’s cultural and musical revolution
SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) September 15, 2014
Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart once said, “There was a community in need of music, and music in need of a community.” That community was San Francisco in the ‘60s and ‘70s, and that music was rock ’n’ roll. Presenting every baby boomer’s musical dream, Andrew Bernstein’s “California Slim” takes readers on a mesmerizing behind-the-scenes psychedelic journey through San Francisco’s cultural and musical revolution.
“California Slim: The Music, the Magic, and the Madness” (published by Xlibris) provides a real taste of rock ’n’ roll history, from the moment Bernstein was a 14-year-old kid taking banjo lessons from an unknown music teacher named Jerry Garcia, to the red carpet premier of Willie Nelson’s first movie, “Honeysuckle Rose.”
“California Slim: The Music, the Magic, and the Madness”
By Andrew Bernstein
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781479770465
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 386 pages | ISBN 9781479770458
E-Book | 386 pages | ISBN 9781479770472
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Xlibris online bookstores
About the Author
In 1969, Andrew Bernstein began working as a creative partner in Crimson Madness, a producer of light shows at Bill Graham’s famed Fillmore West. Bernstein also worked with the legendary B.B. King, Albert King, Iron Butterfly, Boz Skaggs, Grateful Dead, Original Fleetwood Mac, Willie Nelson and many others. He currently resides in San Francisco.
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