Rock History for Sale (Part 2)

May 27, 2005 | Collectibles | 0 comments

Earlier in the month I made post about this, and with apologies to Mr. Rosen regarding my tardiness in getting this up, I’ll proceed with the full details.

“Own a piece of rock history – think about “Almost Famous” – one of the most unique collections of interviews with all the guitar legends from the past 30 years. 1000 plus hours of interviews from a seasoned music journalist, Steven Rosen.

Steven Rosen is a professional music journalist with a career spanning twenty-five years. During this period he has published well over 700 articles appearing in major periodicals originating from around the globe, everywhere from the United States and Canada to Japan, Germany, France, England, Australia, and even Kathmandu. Amongst the publications Rosen’s work has appeared in are Rolling Stone, Los Angeles Times, Playboy, Musician, Guitar Player, Guitar World, Musician, US, Creem, Circus, Player, Total Guitar, and a myriad of others.

Steven has been hand-selected to accompany numerous bands as traveling wordsmith. Pen and persona has been present on the road with Led Zeppelin, The Who, Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, Loggins & Messina, Van Halen, ZZ Top, Aerosmith, the Firm, and more.”

View the full musician interview list, the details and Steven Rosen’s biography here >>

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