Books wise this autumn I travel with Marshal Chapman's Goodbye, Little rock'n'roller. Chapman has been a big name on the country scene in the 80s and 90s in the south-eastern states of America. Something I wouldn't know as Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash are all I know from then and there. Thus, reading Chapman I have to continiously googlemap the little towns she tours, check her companions (all of them American legends I've never heard of) and youtub the tunes and bands she mentions. Having heard plenty of her product this way, I am not convinced how big a singer Chapman is, but she is surely an excellent writer finely describing the process of creating songs while living with speeded up boyfriends turned music managers in the Amerucan wilderness. Some of her lyrics are great. An excellent holiday book.

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