The Cost of Living

The Cost of Living

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To the shock of lovers and rivals, indie guitarist Bud Barrett is finallya€”if tenuouslya€”married, clean, and sober. Now he faces the challenge of staying that way. To avoid repeating the past, Bud needs to confront the ghosts that dwell there. After decades of seeking redemption in the arms of a€œpervy Florence Nightingales, a€ Bud finds himself still haunted by his mothera€™s abandonment, his own array of crimes, and a murder he witnessed as a child. As he revisits his life of grief and reckless excess, all paths lead to his long estranged father, a man with his own turbulent history and the only one who can connect Buda€™s fragments, unlocking the answers that just might save him.... wheelsa€” the worst bunk in atourbus, which Ia#39;d picked on purpose, trying tobe considerate and to show I knew I wasthe low guy on the totem pole. ... get a little nervous going onstage, a€ hesays, sittingin his home studio inthe garage of hisLong Beach bungalow. ... As hea#39;s quickto point out, while he may have played a thousand shows, his once and future bandmates have played probably twice as many.

Title:The Cost of Living
Author:Rob Roberge
Publisher:Open Road Media - 2013-06-11


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