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This story begins "the day the music died". It's just like riding shotgun in a 1950s whodunit. You can smell the fuel burning, quench your thirst with an ice cold Coca-Cola, and feel the raw power of that classic Detroit muscle. The Last Rock and Roll Show flawlessly blends the details of the fateful night we lost some of rock's true pioneers with an original tale of teenage dreams both tragic and triumphant. This is the kind of historical fiction music fans live for.

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