Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll at the back of the tour bus. Join Bo Carter as he sings, drinks, and sleeps his way around the world. With a little help from Bob Dylan.
Bo Carter was a novice songwriter when a hurricane named Bob Dylan crashed into New York’s folk music scene. Bo survived the flood, but after a career spanning three decades, he fears he will be remembered as a ‘one-hit-wonder.’
You have heard all those stories about sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll at the back of the tour bus? Some of them are true. Join Bo Carter as he sings, drinks, and sleeps his way around the world. With a little help from Bob Dylan, The Kinks, and music fans everywhere.
Bo Carter’s name will never be listed among the great singer-songwriters of his generation, but even after three decades he still yearns to begin each day with a clear head and the ability to entice his muse to help him do whatever it takes to make this thing work.
Includes links to original songs written for the book.
(Amazon) Wonderful read and a great album!
‘The Last Record Album is a ‘fictional account of the life of singer-songwriter Bo Carter. The storytelling flows seamlessly that as a reader, I had to remind myself that this was a work of fiction.’