Non-Fiction - Music/Entertainment

The Keyboardist's Career Guide

A 10-Step Plan to Your Dream Job in the Music Business
By Gregg Akkerman

The Keyboardist's Career Guide: A 10-Step Plan to Your Dream Job in the Music Business by Gregg Akkerman is a blueprint for how to actually make a living as a keyboardist/pianist. During his lengthy career, Akkerman has done it all and in this book he...

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Follow the Star

Christmas Songs for Piano: Level 5
By Donna Gielow McFarland

There’s nothing like a house full of music to inspire the true spirit of Christmas. As a retired music teacher, I know the value of music and the importance of encouraging young musicians at all levels to learn both the classical repertoire of their level...

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The Genius Box

How the "Idiot Box" Got Smart & Is Changing the Television Business
By David C. Tice

David C. Tice demonstrates his vast knowledge about the television industry from many perspectives in The Genius Box: How the 'Idiot Box' Got Smart & Is Changing the Television Business. It is clear that he has a great deal of expertise on the subject, especially...

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Memoirs From The Road To Everywhere Vol II

Wild Boys and Girls Of The Road
By Sebastian Jaymes

The second installment in a series, Memoirs From The Road To Everywhere Vol II: Wild Boys and Girls Of The Road by Sebastian Jaymes is a memoir of the author’s adventures working as a tour manager for artists and celebrity entertainers. As a live show...

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Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes

By Artie Kane, Marian Blue, JoAnn Kane

Music to My Years, Life and Love Between the Notes is a nonfiction memoir as told by Artie Kane to Marian Blue and JoAnn Kane. Artie Kane was a musical prodigy who began taking piano lessons when he was three and a half years old....

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The Wrong Side of the Room

A Life in Music Theater
By Norman Mathews

The Wrong Side of the Room: A Life in Music Theater by Norman Mathews is an autobiography chronicling the author's life as he transitions from a confusing and often abusive childhood, born in a sleet of uncertainty (literally, as it turns out). Masked by imagination...

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Prince and Me

His #1 Fan
By Andrea Foy

What an interesting read. Prince and Me: His #1 Fan by Andrea Foy is the story of the author’s loyalty to the musician, Prince. As a flight attendant, she had the opportunity to follow Prince to many parts of the world and get to know...

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The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon

By Alex Fell

The Wolfe Tones Phenomenon by Alex Fell is a book about one of the most popular folk and ballad bands in Ireland. An international success, particularly with Irish communities that settled elsewhere in the world, they are a group of very accomplished musicians. With their...

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Dear Prudence

The Story Behind the Song
By Prudence Farrow Bruns

Dear Prudence: The Story Behind the Song by Prudence Farrow Bruns is a personal memoir about growing up with an exceptional family ensconced in the 1940s-1950s Hollywood lifestyle up through the culture of the 1960s and beyond. Most importantly, it is the personal growth of...

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The Story of America's First Integrated Rock-n-Roll Band

By John La Torre

The Story of America's First Integrated Rock-n-Roll Band by John La Torre begins with a young boy of Italian descent in South Philadelphia. Johnny grew up in a diverse neighborhood that was all about survival. His family ran a local poultry business and were...

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