Puerto Rico: The Golden Years Before It All Hit The Fan (Memoirs Of A Raconteur Radio Host) (Paperback)
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When the crap hits the fan, there's always a major cleanup operation to follow. Long before the devastation wrought by Hurricane Maria, the island of Puerto Rico was taken by storm in a different manner--the first American pop/rock radio station and the local musical revolution it created--in its way not unlike the British Invasion that turned the music scene upside down on the U.S. mainland just a few years earlier.Tim Schaefer's tell-all memoir is an adult themed personal story of triumph over adversity--juicy as a ripe mango--set against the backdrop of the free-spirited sixties and early seventies. From Bob Hope, to The Supremes, to Led Zeppelin--the author shares anecdotes of interactions with the stars (and those with stars in their eyes) who passed through the portals of Penthouse One, the home of WBMJ radio in San Juan.Take the fascinating journey through time...bone up on your music history...and get intimate with those voices on the radio. You'll discover they're just like the rest of us, only slightly more demented.