As The Years Go By...Conversations With Canada’s Folk, Pop & Rock Pioneers

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Toronto : Dundurn Press?, Canada (2017)



<p><span>In their 10th&nbsp;book, &nbsp;best-selling authors&nbsp;Mark Kearney&nbsp;and&nbsp;Randy Ray&nbsp;compile in one place, newspaper articles&nbsp;they wrote in the&nbsp;</span><span>mid 1980s to the early 1990s</span><span>&nbsp;about hundreds of Canadian music personalities who years earlier&nbsp;had chased musical stardom.&nbsp; Many of the stories have been updated or offer web links that provide current information about the performers.</span><br /><span>&nbsp;</span><br /><span>Based on interviews with musicians, managers, producers and promoters - and just in time for Canada’s 150th&nbsp;birthday party -&nbsp;As The Years Go By &nbsp;offers readers an inside look at the trials and triumphs, good times and bad&nbsp;encountered by performers, managers and producers, including many&nbsp;who hit the big time on the international stage.</span></p>