Music Fell on Alabama: The Muscle Shoals Sound That Shook the World (Paperback)
C. S. Fuqua (Author)
Music Fell on Alabama is the story of the Muscle Shoals, Alabama music industry, which began with Rick Hall's single Fame Studios and exploded turning the Shoals into a thriving music hot spot. Competition and jealousy threatened to end the Shoals story before it began, as the area quickly began attracting the attention of a who's who of stars, including Bob Seger, the Osmonds, Aretha Franklin, Paul Simon, and Lynrd Skynyrd.
This edition of Music Fell on Alabama includes the "Stars Who've Risen" guide to the modern music legends of Alabama, as well as a new epilogue by author Christopher Fuqua.
About the Author
C.S. Fuqua's published books include Divorced Dads, Notes to My Becca, and the four-novel audio book series Deadlines. His poems and short stories have appeared widely in publications such as Chiron Review, Pearl, Oasis, The MacGuffin, Dark Regions, Brutarian, Christian Science Monitor, Cemetery Dance, Bogg and Year's Best Horror Stories XIX, XX and XXI