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Before I Hit the Stage
Backstage Rock 'n' Roll Moments in New York City


Before I Hit the Stage: Backstage Rock ’n’ Roll Moments in New York City is a contemporary rock photography book of candid and insightful images from concert dressing rooms and hallways that captures rock’n’roll artists in the intimate moments before their performance. For some, it’s about the calm before the musical storm – for others, it’s all about building adrenaline and getting the party started!

This hardcover coffee table book is the world’s first to photographically document touring rock’n’roll bands backstage in one city during one year. Before I Hit the Stage takes readers behind the scenes as the rock stars get into their stage clothes, put their makeup on, warm-up their fingers and vocal chords, get loose and enjoy moments with their VIP guests before they rock one of the world’s greatest cities.

Before I Hit the Stage is a unique and compelling collection of pre-show rituals and backstage antics in New York City. It chronologically presents hundreds of images of sixty rock bands and solo artists.

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Published worldwide by Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1478739739
Hardcover or Kindle ebook, 222 pages

Dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)
Manufactured & printed in the USA


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