It's All Over But The Shouting!

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It's All Over But The Shouting!

 by Paco Jones 

The long expected sequel to "These Girls Can Play".

*** No Adult Content *** 

Bob and the "Girls" have introduced their children as a performing band. After the show, there were some interesting questions in the dressing room. One by one, then together, they all take a trip down memory lane. It's all about the legacy.

Meet the friends the “Girls” discover and how it ultimately affected their own future. Through those young friends, you get a no holds barred feel for the business of studio work and making records - the business end of the music industry. 

Glossed over in the first work, "These Girls Around The World Tour" was fraught with highly memorable events, including an international incident caused when they told a certain country to blow it out their ... well, you know.

Bob and Bill kept the tours short, but the final tour nearly did them in. They had been told at the beginning, but it didn't matter, they were going to thank their fans for the loyalty and support over the years.

"It's All Over But The Shouting!" is just the beginning of a new era.

 

The story ends where it begins.

About the Author

Author Name : Paco Jones

     Dr. Paco Jones is an aging Hippie. He says, "I will always be a Hippie. It's not a changeable condition." Growing up in the SF bay area during the 60's he will fully admit that if you can remember the 60's, you weren't there. If he'd been a couple years older, he'd have probably joined Ken Kesey and the Merry Pranksters. He was a participant in the "Electric Kool-Aid Acid Tests" and for some reason, now has an aversion to the Grateful Dead. He spent a year in Vietnam in 1969 and 1970 in various jobs. He was a Radioman by rate, but served as gunner's mate, engineman and general gopher on PBR's and YFU's in northern I Corps. After spending 35 years in Information Technology and finding he was "overqualified"(read too old) for anything in his field after IBM decided to send his job to India and Argentina, he decided to start writing. Married and divorced twice has two stepchildren - a boy and a girl. His daughter has three children, a boy and two girls. His son has no kids. He credits his first wife with "making me a civil human being again" (after Vietnam - vets will know what I'm talking about). "She's a wonderful person! Our time was up and we both recognized it. I still love her dearly." He no longer lives in California due to the cost of living. Watch for more from Paco Jones. He's always writing, and should have more available soon.

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