The Hank Snow Story
Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame [by] University of Illinois Press, 1994 - 555 páginas
This long-awaited autobiography of Hank Snow traces his life from humble beginnings, through his emergence as an entertainer in Canada, the United States, and throughout the world, to his stature as one of the most influential figures in country music today. But more than a rags-to-riches memoir, this book presents Hank's life and career in his own voice, with remarkable candor and incredible detail. It provides the first extensive look at the early development of country music in Canada, reveals the inner workings of the music industry (including Hank's vital and unsung role in launching Elvis Presley's career), frankly discusses the nonglamorous side of stardom, and offers the reflections of an outspoken artist who has been professionally involved with country music for nearly sixty years.
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Even those familiar with Snow's all-time hit "I'm Movin' On" may not realize that his early Canadian life was full of dreadful emotional and physical abuse. As a way of getting away, Snow joined up ... Ler resenha completa