It Was All Just Rock 'n' Roll - hardcover book
HARDCOVER VERSION, OCTOBER, 2002 - number 387 of a limited number of first edition copies of 'It Was All Just Rock 'n' Roll by Pat O'Day signed by the author on the occasion of the Book-Release Celebration at Experience Music Project, Sky Church, Seattle Washington on Thursday November 21, 2002.by Pat O'Day (Author) , Jim Ojala (Author)
The memoir of legendary radio man/concert promoter Pat O'Day, one of the key figures in the development of rock music and Top 40 radio in the Northwest.
O’Day’s memoir provides scores of fascinating stories about the radio and music business, featuring such figures as Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Lee Lewis, Paul McCartney and Frank Sinatra and such groups as the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Three Dog Night, the Beach Boys and Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
Pat O’Day first gained fame as the top DJ in the ’60s the Northwest at radio station KJR-AM in Seattle. Considered by many the most influential figure in the development of rock ’n’ roll in the region, O’Day influenced the musical tastes an entire generation of listeners. Later, he founded the company that became Concerts West, at one time the largest concert promotion firm in the world.
R n R Press, 400 pages
10.9 x 8.8 x 1.7 inches