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CAPITOL ROCK: REVISED AND REMASTERED EDITION by Mark Opsasnick

CAPITOL ROCK: REVISED AND REMASTERED EDITION

by Mark Opsasnick

250 pages
CAPITOL ROCK: REVISED AND REMASTERED EDITION is a comprehensive cultural history of Washington, D.C. area rock and roll that focuses on the early era of rock music in the nationís capital (1951-1976).

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CAPITOL ROCK: REVISED AND REMASTERED EDITION is a comprehensive cultural history of Washington, D.C. area rock and roll. Focusing on the early era of rock music in the nationís capital (1951-1976), author Mark Opsasnick combines overviews of the cityís vibrant night club and teen club scenes of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s with detailed coverage of local bands and musicians that made a national impact, a collection that includes such legends as the Cherry People, the Fallen Angels, Danny Gatton, Jack Casady, Link Wray, Nils Lofgren, Punky Meadows, Roy Buchanan, and Roy Clark. Freshly arranged and fully updated, CAPITOL ROCK: REVISED AND REMASTERED EDITION will captivate any fan of rock and roll music.

 

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About the Author
Mark Opsasnick was born in Washington, D.C. and earned a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland in 1984. To date he has authored eight books and innumerable articles on popular culture, rock and roll music, and unexplained phenomena. He resides in Prince Georgeís County, Maryland.

 

 

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