‘Rock Fever – A Classic Rock Journey’ is a factual, funny, affectionate and hugely entertaining account of what it was like growing up in the fertile period of rock music’s genesis - the mid to late seventies. Born near the hotbed of British rock – Birmingham – Pete takes the reader on a classic rock odyssey. A time of musical discovery, where the best bands in the world played small venues and the concert going behaviour had a sub-culture all of its own: from shouting out “wally” to running down to the front of the stage. In addition, Pete gives a humorous account of the trials and tribulations of learning to play the guitar ‘Rock Fever’ is a book for the hundreds of thousands of classic rock fans who worshipped their air guitars, banged their collective heads, saluted their rock heroes and continue to worship at the altar of classic rock. All descriptions of people, concerts, events and bedroom rituals in ‘Rock Fever’ are accurate – except the great grandmother bit and the Amsterdam booth bit.
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