By David Bartram
An avid traveler, in the course of that point Dave has visited all seventy towns of the uk (69 authentic and one crown dependency), every one with its personal story to tell.
In his moment day out as a author, sizzling at the heels of the side-splitting the men of summer time, Dave remembers a potpourri of on-the-road anecdotes borne of frustration, hysteria and triumph, focusing to a wide measure at the probably never-ending scrapes befalling a traveling performer, so much with hilarious consequences.
In a decent, no holds barred appraisal All Mapped Out transports the reader to each hidden corner and cranny in the British Isles, from Inverness to Truro and Hull to tiny St. Davids, demonstrating the energy of personality, yet especially feel of humour required to undergo a life-time within the topsy-turvy sphere of rock 'n' roll.
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