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Book Review: Time Between: My Life as a Byrd, Burrito Brother and Beyond

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Considered by many as the inventor of Country-Rock as its own distinct genre, Hillman is predominantly known as an original member of classic rockers The Byrds, and his music career encompasses a plethora of experiences ranging from disastrous to awe-inspiring. In his first memoir, Hillman explores how these moments, like the near-cancellation from The Ed Sullivan Show and a unique session with a South African trumpet player, has shaped his inspiration and reputation as a genre-blender. Hillman’s memoir allows readers to experience the human behind the music, and the inspiration behind his innovation.

By Chris Hillman

(hardcover) $29.99

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