Rock 'n' Roll and the Cleveland Connection

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Kent State University Press, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 624 pages
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Rock 'n' roll and the Cleveland connection

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Cleveland-area freelance writer Adams has left out little in this musical history of the port city, home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Her aptly titled book opens with rock's roots ... Read full review

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Many inaccuracies make this hard to read for one who was in the music community, belonged to a band who is referred to in glowing terms and was not mentioned. Plus is it little more than a teen-aged groupie mentality gush over The Raspberries (OMG they're so CUTE!!!! Like MAJOR CUTE!!!)
Not worth the money.
 

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Contents

Its Only Rock and Roll but They Like It
27
The Clubs Where It Began
68
The Battle of the Sixties
84
Radio Stations and Deejays Fight for Listeners
86
Hail to the 60s Radio Wonders
103
WMMSFM The Glory Years
113
The Blues Connection
131
Battle of the Bands The Early Rock Groups
148
The 70s Any Ol Way You Use It
246
Clevelands Rockin Deejays of the 70s
317
Punk Rock A New Wave on the North Coast
351
Rock in the Mainstream
390
Deejays Still Rock in the 80s
478
The 90s Go to Extremes
498
The Prominent Deejays of the 90s
538
Rock n Roll Is Here to Stay
560

Its More Than a Job Its an Adventure
176
Clevelands Prominent Rock Journalists and Publications
189
Record and Concert Promoters
223
Cleveland Rocks
244
Personal Reminiscences of Musicians Fans and Friends
587
ClevelandArea Clubs and Venues
606
Index
610
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About the author (2002)

Deanna R. Adams is an award-winning writer whose books include Rock 'n' Roll and the Cleveland Connection. She is an instructor at Lakeland Community College and coordinator of several writers' conferences. She lives in the Greater Cleveland area where she shares her love of music with her husband, Jeff.

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