Dial M for Merthyr
On Tour with Midasuno
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|Format: ||Paperback, 236 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations, ports.|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 11 November 2006|
Orange Futures winning Welsh novelist Rachel Trezise grew up listening to the rock behemoths of the late 1980s and harboring an ambition to write a warts 'n' all rockumentary. At a rock gig in a Rhondda pub, she discovered Misasuno; a gaggle of Merthyr kids with a ton of conviction and a penchant for neck breaking guitar riffs. In 2005 she stepped onto the tour bus they call Black Betty and tracked the band as they razed the British toilet circuit. Part reportage, social history, and memoir, Dial M For Merthyr tells the story of a band from the wrong side of the tracks trying to stay afloat in an ever changing musical and social climate.
About the Author
Rachel Trezise was born in the Rhondda Valley in 1978. Her parents separated and divorced when she was four years old. Subsequently she was brought up by her mother, a barmaid and cleaner. She enjoys writing, reading, music, art and baking, and dislikes violence, ignorance and animal cruelty. She still lives in the Rhondda with her partner and her cat.
21.6 x 14 x 1.5 centimetres (0.24 kg)|
15+ years |