Evening’s Empire (2010) by Bill Flanagan
Jack Flynn starts out as a solicitor for a conservative firm in the 60’s, but soon finds himself working in the music business, spanning five decades long.

“Assured, often lyrical and true to the world of the star-maker machinery behind the popular song. A lively complement to Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity, Mark Hudson’s The Music in My Head and Laurence Gonzales’s Jambeaux.” – Kirkus Reviews

Evening’s Empire is a wonderful, witty, entertaining and insightful read, and as a fan of classic rock, I enjoyed the journey through 40 years of rock history in this well-written, insider’s look at the dirty side of rock.” – Swiftly Tilting Planet

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