Just how busy can a musician have been? Laurie Holloway is one of Britain’s best-known pianists and arrangers, with a lifetime of contribution to the British music industry. In this autobiography, with foreword by his close friend Sir Michael Parkinson, Laurie tells it like it was, from the antics of post-war band members, and the foibles of performers, to the suspicious nature of the Venezuelan police force. Virtually anyone you can think of who has starred in the last 60 years is mentioned by name, and sometimes also by reputation. This is a unique window into Britain’s entertainment industry and will interest fans and researchers alike.
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