Rock n Roll Librarian Reads Wonderful Tonight: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me
Welcome to the the Rock N Roll Librarian! Once a month, in between the main Rock N Roll Archaeology episodes we will be diving into a Rock N Roll book with our own real librarian who rocks - Shelley Sorenson.
Shelley has been a librarian for 33 years, a music fan longer and a singer/guitarist and will provide some great insight as she co-hosts each episode with the host of The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project, Christian Swain.
This week Shelley and Christian review 'Wonderful Tonight: George Harrison, Eric Clapton, and Me.' Released on April 27, 2008 by Three Rivers Press.
Head over to www.rocknrollarchaeology.com to contact us and you can help support the podcast by purchasing this book through the link on our site.
Disclaimer: The views expressed here by Shelley Sorenson are made in her capacity as a private citizen, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the San Francisco Public Library or the City of San Francisco.
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