Author: Ken Reeth, Matthew J. Pallamary
Publisher: Mystic Ink Publishing
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.53d
About the Author
Ken Reeth was a colorful and creative disc jockey well known to rock music fans as Brother Love. Brother Love's Underground was a radio show in the late-60's that was dedicated to psychedelic and underground rock music. It originated from Pittsburgh radio station WAMO-FM, with Reeth being its psychedelic DJ and emcee. It was also aired, via tape, on Dynamic Broadcasting which owned WILD-AM in Boston, WUFO-AM in Buffalo and WOAH in Miami. Ken was one of the first DJ's to introduce listeners to Iron Butterfly, Country Joe and the Fish, Mothers of Invention, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Vanilla Fudge, and others. Reeth also wrote the lyrics to dozens of recorded songs, including the Rockabilly Hall of Fame classics, Rockin Billy, Endless Love and Pity Me, featured in the international award winning film, "The Exiles". Additionally he served on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Country Music and garnered several CLIO awards for writing and producing radio commercials. Matthew J. Pallamary's historical novel Land Without Evil received rave reviews, and was adapted into a multimedia aerial extravaganza, directed by Sarah Agent Red Johnston and performed by acrobatic troupe, Sky Candy to sold out audiences. The making of the show, filmed as a PBS episode of Arts in Context, garnered an EMMY nomination. His memoir Spirit Matters, detailing his journeys from Boston's concrete jungle to the jungles of Peru, took top honors in the San Diego Book Awards' Spiritual Book Category, and was an Award-Winning Finalist in the National Best Book Awards. It was also released as an audio book, narrated by the author. Originally from Dorchester Massachusetts, Pallamary has lived in San Diego for the past 35 years. For more about Pallamary, or to book him for speaking engagements or interviews visit www.mattpallamary.com.
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