I walked through hell, some of it caused by myself. Things were torn away from me that I would never get back. Hearts were broken beyond repair. Then mayhem ensued, and I lost who I was.
Music was always part of it. Music almost killed me. It dragged me in, caught me up, and almost destroyed me. I lost who I was and became someone I never wanted to be.
Sex, drugs, and rock and roll. The release, the buzz, the electric guitar's rage against all that was f'ed up in the world. It took me away and made me feel something when I was a soulless nothing ...until the high wore off.
Music also brought me back.
I woke to a Zeppelin song, face down in my own vomit, next to a pile of coke and with three naked women at my feet. Disgusted with myself, disgusted with them, I walked, and I walked alone.
One chance meeting, a golden opportunity, a chance of a lifetime changed it all.
The sins of the past are behind me now. The day has finally come when I will walk onstage, not as an opening act, but as the act. Hours before my dream comes to fruition, though, I run into a girl, one f'ing girl, and I am back on the path of destruction.
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The narration was awesome. I love how the narrators play the roles of each character rather than just reading the story aloud.
It reminds me of Olivia Cunning's Sinners on Tour series, which is also about a hard rockin' band and features musicians who suffer injuries that threaten their musical careers (like Memphis & River, but not Finn).
My favorite scene was when Finn finally sang on stage.
Yes. The whole ending from the accident on was very moving.
This is a great series, but you should start with Xavier (Men of Steel #4) then listen to this series (Rockers of Steel) in order. They are all standalones, but I think they're more enjoyable in order.
Sexy,steamy and wanting more!!!
- Bonnie Bracken