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Peter Grant: The Man Who Led Zeppelin

Peter Grant The Man Who Led Zeppelin Wrestler turned rock manager the late Peter Grant made his name as the manager of Led Zeppelin helping to turn them into rock s biggest attraction by the mid Seventies The book reveals the facts abo

  • Title: Peter Grant: The Man Who Led Zeppelin
  • Author: Chris Welch
  • ISBN: 9780711991958
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wrestler turned rock manager, the late Peter Grant made his name as the manager of Led Zeppelin, helping to turn them into rock s biggest attraction by the mid Seventies The book reveals the facts about his suspended prison sentence, his dispute with the group over unpaid royalties and his retiring from the music industry, and his rumoured heroin addiction.Written with thWrestler turned rock manager, the late Peter Grant made his name as the manager of Led Zeppelin, helping to turn them into rock s biggest attraction by the mid Seventies The book reveals the facts about his suspended prison sentence, his dispute with the group over unpaid royalties and his retiring from the music industry, and his rumoured heroin addiction.Written with the full co operation of Grant s family and friends to give a unique access into the most fabled and feared man in the music business.

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    1. The two words together Peter and Grant brought fear to concert promoters in rock n' roll. Peter Grant was the manager of Led Zeppelin. His story is interesting because he came from the rough and tough 1950's British pop culture world. Grant was a wrestler who had an interest in showbiz. Rock n' Roll showbiz to be exact.He was Gene Vincent's road manager in the early 60's and that had to be an extremely difficult job. And Grant's support for his artists meant sometimes he had the side of toughnes [...]


    2. If you are a Led Zeppelin fan this is a must read that will explain why management should manage and creatives create something that Peter Grant understood and exploited for the advantage of his charges and of course himself. An honest look at the flawed character who drove the Zeppelin onto such magnificent heights. Well written and unflinching.


    3. I picked this one partly because I have already read all the Zeppelin material, but mostly because I really like the witty title. I actually thoroughly enjoyed this 'behind-the-scenes' look at the workings of the band, and what all Grant had to deal with. I thought it was honest and, yes, explicit, but well put together. Great end-of-the-summer beach read, would gladly recommend it over some other Zep bios.


    4. I thought this was an honest look at the man who wholeheartedly gave his life to "his" band. It solidified how gruff he was, yet showed a softer side to him. It also gave some insight into the people he worked for and the people he had to deal with.


    5. I thought this was an honest look at the man who wholeheartedly gave his life to "his" band. It solidified how gruff he was, yet showed a softer side to him. It also gave some insight into the people he worked for and the people he had to deal with.





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