Today’s Rock ‘n’ Roll High School entry comes from writer extraordinaire Janie Emaus, whom I met through one of my publishers, Turquoise Morning Press. I could tell from our first email exchange that Janie and I were going to get on like a house on fire–she’s such a huge music fan with many stories to share. For the second entry in a row, we get a glimpse of music as it was enjoyed by American teens in the 1960s, which is so incredibly cool to me. There’s a…

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Rock ‘n’ Roll High School comes from author Lynn Romaine today, one of the fabulous Turquoise Morning Press authors. She talks about so many great artists that haven’t been discussed in previous entries, so this is a treat for me, especially hearing about the Motown stuff. I admire her willingness to say that Elvis wasn’t all that and a bag of chips. He never really did it for me, but I often thought it was only because I wasn’t exposed to his music. Sounds like exposure wasn’t a…

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