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    Paperback. A personal account of how he and Stan grew up together, replete with details of wild and offbeat happenings along the way. "The bar fights and the bike gangs, the police chases and the arrests. And a thousand gigs in every corner of North America. It's all here. At least most of it..." 750pp. Includes b/w family, gig photos. Note to Michigan residents: a hilarious chapter (called "The Ten Pound Fiddle") describing the boys' second gig in East Lansing and their experiences therein.
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Paperback. A personal account of how he and Stan grew up together, replete with details of wild and offbeat happenings along the way. "The bar fights and the bike gangs, the police chases and the arrests. And a thousand gigs in every corner of North America. It's all here. At least most of it..." 750pp. Includes b/w family, gig photos. Note to Michigan residents: a hilarious chapter (called "The Ten Pound Fiddle") describing the boys' second gig in East Lansing and their experiences therein.

Night Drive: Travels with My Brother

A Memoir by Garnet Rogers

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Paperback. A personal account of how he and Stan grew up together, replete with details of wild and offbeat happenings along the way. "The bar fights and the bike gangs, the police chases and the arrests. And a thousand gigs in every corner of North America. It's all here. At least most of it..." 750pp. Includes b/w family, gig photos. Note to Michigan residents: a hilarious chapter (called "The Ten Pound Fiddle") describing the boys' second gig in East Lansing and their experiences therein.
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Paperback. A personal account of how he and Stan grew up together, replete with details of wild and offbeat happenings along the way. "The bar fights and the bike gangs, the police chases and the arrests. And a thousand gigs in every corner of North America. It's all here. At least most of it..." 750pp. Includes b/w family, gig photos. Note to Michigan residents: a hilarious chapter (called "The Ten Pound Fiddle") describing the boys' second gig in East Lansing and their experiences therein.