OOOH!-Book Update, Proof of Truth and 1969 ticket prices

I am currently formatting the Proof of Truth-The Appendices.  Not relying on memories or stories, I have the documents that tell the true tale and have them included in the Appendix.

As an example: I am working on the 1969 US tour offers and noticed this one that discusses ticket prices from the local promoter.  The original proposal had ticket prices at $7 but suggested that the market could handle an $8 to $9 average ticket price.  Listening to the local promoters, I settled on $8.50 as a compromise. Note that they said average price:  The promoters wanted to go as high as $20 for front row seats and get an average of $9.  I set the maximum ticket price at $8.50.

Please be patient as I am doing everything myself, ( I did have editors and a proofreader) and now formatting in Adobe InDesign to go to the printer shortly… I wanted the fans to have the story from me, as opposed to what someone thinks I meant.quatroletter-package-with-7-price

Altamont: The Rolling Stones, the Hells Angels, and the Inside Story of Rock’s Darkest Day

I have been asked by fans to comment about the new Joel Selvin book. I can only comment on the detail about me–it is Fiction. I told Joel that I was finishing my book and would have to be circumspect when it comes to my input. The result is: his facts, dialogue, and opinions are fantasy, when it comes to me, my meetings and any of the Gimme Shelter information. Don’t believe it and don’t worry– I have the facts to back me up.

Exhibitionism – The Story of The Rolling Stones Parts 1 & 2

I am proud to be part of this..

The Rolling Stones have announced that they will stage their first ever major exhibition at London’s prestigious Saatchi Gallery, opening to the public on 6 April 2016 until September 2016.

To celebrate, Absolute Radio brings you an exclusive two-part documentary: “Exhibitionism – The Story of The Rolling Stones”, hosted by Danny Wallace. If you missed it, you can listen to both parts below:

Part one:

Part two: