Behind the roaring crowds and the billion-dollar record deals are tales of solitude, anger, and depression. Readers are about to unearth these stories as author Les MacDonald brings nostalgia to every bookshelf with The Day the Music Died, his newly released book published through Xlibris. The Day the Music Died is a well-researched documentation of the different true stories of the persons whose names are forever etched in the history of music. Throughout, readers will get an intimate look into the deaths of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Elvis Presley, Brian Jones, Bob Marley, John Lennon, George Harrison, Tupac Shakur, Nirvanaas Kurt Cobain, Selena, Michael Jackson, and many more. As each of these artists permanently faded from the limelight, a new testimonial will be created to prove that their music lives on. aWhile some of our favorites may have lost their way at some point during their lifetimes, we must remember that there is one thing that the passage of time cannot erase . . . and that, my friends, is the music!a shares the author.Ita#39;s enough to say that the battle between the rival record labels (Bad Boy on the East Coast and Death Row on the West Coast) was significantly heating up. ... A black Chevy Impala pulled up, and a black male in a blue suit rolled down his window and fired four bullets into the rapper. He was rushed ... In 2009, the film Notorious was released with James Woolard as Biggie and Anthony Mackie as Tupac.
|Title||:||The Day the Music Died|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2010-07-08|