Author of "Goodnight, L.A." Kent Hartman shares his book and the stories inside about the rise and fall of classic rock. He has a booksigning tonight at Powell's City of Books. For more information, CLICK HERE.
- Monday, September 25 @ 7:30 PM
- Powell's City of Books
- 1005 W Burnside St.
- Portland, OR
From behind the walls of a handful of well-hidden, unlikely recording studios in the Los Angeles area, legends-in-waiting created masterpiece albums. It was a time of astonishing creativity and unprecedented fame and fortune. It was also a time of unfettered excess that threatened to unravel everything along the way. With access that only a longtime music business insider can provide, Kent Hartman packs Goodnight, L.A (Da Capo) with never-before-told stories about the most prolific time and iconic place in rock 'n' roll history. What Hartman's The Wrecking Crew was to pop singles, AM radio, and the 1960s, Goodnight, L.A. is to album cuts, FM radio, and the high-flying, hard-rocking 1970s and '80s.