By DANIEL SCAVONE
From the author of The Last Autumn comes a raucous fiction novel set in the Nashville music scene. Bobby Linder, an aging, formerly successful country music producer, goes overboard on alcohol and drugs only to find himself divorced, broke and a pariah in the industry. Twenty-something Lauren Culiver is a guitar playing, cowboy boot salesperson with her eyes set on a music career. A chance meeting ignites a fire in Bobby to get back into the music game and gives Lauren the possibility of management by someone other than her overbearing on and off again boyfriend.
Being just one of thousands in Nashville seeking the golden ring of stardom, Lauren needs to navigate the unique and soul-crushing world of the Nashville Music industry while trying desperately to discover and maintain her own identity. Bobby gets increasingly involved in Lauren's career leading to commercial success but not without questions of his true intentions and personal quest for younger days of glory.
Readers with an interest in popular culture, music, humor, independence and redemption will find the road thru NASH well-worth the trip.
Paperback: 342 pages
Publisher: Beacon Publishing Group
Category: Literature | Drama Fiction
Daniel Scavone was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in New Jersey. He possesses BA, MBA and JD degrees. He has held a number of senior management positions with major financial institutions and managed to get out relatively unscathed.
Daniel currently teaches writing courses at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. NASH is his latest novel. He lives with his wife in Belle Mead, New Jersey.
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