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In the 1950’s, during the early days of Rock & Roll, preachers and politicians alike railed against the new music. By 1959 nearly every major star of the emerging genre had been taken off the board. Elvis was drafted, Chuck Berry jailed, Carl Perkins was in the hospital and Jerry Lee Lewis in disgrace. Little Richard was scared into the arms of the church and Buddy Holly augered into a frozen corn field in Iowa. Before the Kennedy assassination the term “conspiracy theory” was virtually unheard of in America. An innocent nation accepted the misfortunes that had befallen these early rock stars as coincidence. The Rock & Roll Chronicles makes no such assumptions.
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David Malcolm Rose is an artist who has shown his Lost Highway series at the American Institute of Architects in Washington, DC, Louis Miesel's Gallery in New York, The Museum of Miniature in Los Angeles, and at The National Building Museum. None of this has anything to do with writing. davidmalcolmrose.com
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