Signing with music legend Bernie Marsden - Where's My Guitar?: An Inside Story of British Rock and Roll
Thursday 14th November 17:00 - 19:00 at Glasgow - Sauchiehall Street
A fascinating insight into the golden-age of 1970s and 80s rock and roll told through the eyes of music legend Bernie Marsden and, most notably, his role in establishing one of the world's most famous rock bands of all time - Whitesnake.
Packed with stories and encounters with the likes of Ringo Starr, Elton John, Cozy Powell, Ozzy Osborne, B.B. King and Jon Lord, Where’s My Guitar? isn’t just a remarkable look into the highs and lows of being a true music legend, but an intimate account of the revolutionary impact rock and roll music has offered to the world. Don’t miss this chance to meet the man who helped define a music era, and get the inside story on what it was like to live through and shape the golden-age of 1970s and 80s rock and roll.
Touring with AC/DC. Befriending The Beatles. Writing one of the world's most iconic rock songs.
This is the story of a young boy from a small town who dreamt of one day playing the guitar for a living - and ended up a rock n' roll legend.
It follows Bernie Marsden's astonishing career in the industry - from tours in Cold War Germany and Franco's Spain, to meeting and befriending George Harrison and touring Europe with AC/DC. It's a story of hard graft, of life on the road, of meeting and playing with your heroes, of writing iconic rock songs - most notably the multi-million selling hit `Here I Go Again' - and of being in one of the biggest rock bands of all time. At age 30, Bernie left Whitesnake due to serious conflict with his management, something he explores in this memoir for the very first time.
Packed with stories and encounters with the likes of Ringo Starr, Elton John, Cozy Powell, Ozzy Osborne, B.B. King and Jon Lord, this is not just a remarkable look into the highs and lows of being a true music legend, but an intimate account of the revolutionary impact rock and roll music has offered to the world.
The signing is on a first come, first served basis.
Signing duration is discretionary and books signed will be on a first come first served basis. To avoid your copy not being signed, it is advised to get to the store an hour before the signing is to commence, as the queue may get cut off after a certain amount of time
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