New York Groove: An Inside Look at the Stars, Shows, and Songs That Make NYC Rock
Frank Mastropolo, author
Where did Elvis record "Hound Dog" and Bill Haley record "Rock Around the Clock"? Where did Dylan play his first major gig? Or the Beatles make their US debut? Where was Hendrix discovered? New York City, where rock history has been made on the street corners of Harlem, the coffee houses of Greenwich Village, and the city's clubs, theaters, studios, and arenas. New York Groove: An Inside Look at the Stars, Shows, and Songs That Make NYC Rock tells more than 200 of the inside stories of the artists, writers, DJs, and impresarios who came together in Manhattan to make rock history from the 1950s to today. You will go behind the scenes of New York's legendary gigs at Fillmore East, Madison Square Garden, the Bottom Line, Central Park, and the Apollo Theater. Discover how the iconic songs written about New York were produced. And visit rock's landmark recording studios, record shops, and radio stations.