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  • Rockin' On The Rideau

    Ottawa's Golden Age of Rock and Roll by

    The music world exploded into Technicolor on February 9, 1964, when the Beatles appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show and ignited the music phenomenon dubbed “The British Invasion”. In the weeks and months to come, hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Ottawa ...

  • Truly UnFamous

    Tales from the Glory Days of Canadian Rock by

    AFTER GETTING A JOB AS A BARTENDER at a small Montreal Rock bar, Keith soon found himself working a Doors’ concert at the Montreal Forum. His job was to carry a very inebriated but stoic Jim Morrison back and forth between the stage and dressing ...

  • Memories of Chuck


    This book is the author's desire to share with Chuck's fans, some of the experiences he had on the road that his fans may want to hear about. Unless you were there, you missed some very interesting shows. This book also tries to show the loyalty and ...

  • Still Competition

    The Listener's Guide to Cheap Trick by

    Following the success of his 2016 book Razama-Snaz! The Listener’s Guide to Nazareth, Robert Lawson returns with this meticulous reviewing of every Cheap Trick album, song by song. In his book, Still Competition: The Listener’s Guide to Cheap Trick, ...

  • Razama-Snaz!

    The Listener's Guide To Nazareth by

    Razama-Snaz! The Listeners' Guide To Nazareth presents an in depth look at every song, every album by this legendary Scottish hard rock institution. We also dig into TV appearances, radio broadcasts and even bootleg recordings to further explore ...

  • Noise from the North End

    The Amazing Story of The Ugly Ducklings by

    It was the 1960’s. The British Invasion was under way as The Who, Beatles and Rolling Stones dominated the top of the charts. In Canada, Toronto’s trending Yorkville district was attracting Canadian acts to its many coffee houses and nightclubs. In ...