This book contains the memoirs of Edwin P. (Peck) Rowell, a soon to be 91 year old musician/music promoter/club owner/songwriter from Loachapoka, a small town in east central Alabama. Growing up in the depression era, living through WW11, Rowell's love for music is central in his story. His bands entertained country music lovers for most of 3 decades, playing music every-day working people enjoyed dancing and listening to. He owned the Blue Creek Club on beautiful Lake Martin, where his band played for over 20 years. He booked a who's who list of Nashville stars in his club, including George Jones, Ray Price, Mel Tillis, Faron Young, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Paycheck and Mel Street, to name just a few. His guidance and influence helped many make their way to Nashville, TN to pursue their dreams in country music. He himself recorded there, and he produced several others who made Nashville their home. Although he loved the country music business that Nashville offered, he never was able to make the move. His love for family and home were stronger, making it "A Place He Couldn't Leave".
Read alsoe-Study Guide for: Rules, Reputation and Macroeconomic Policy Coordination by David Currie; Paul Levine, ISBN 9780521104609
Never Highlight a Book Again! Just the FACTS101 study guides give the student the textbook outlines, highlights, practice quizzes and optional access to the full practice tests for their textbook.