HOLLYWOOD EDEN FROM BEST SELLING AUTHOR JOEL SELVIN OUT APRIL 6
THE STORY OF THE RISE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA’S MUSICAL MYTHOS
THE BEACH BOYS, JAN & DEAN, THE BYRDS, MAMAS & PAPAS
In his new book, Hollywood Eden, author Joel Selvin tells the story of a group of young artists and musicians who came together at the dawn of the 1960s to create the lasting myth of the California dream. Central to the story is a group of sun-kissed teens from the University High School (Uni High) Class of '58, a class that included Jan and Dean, Kim Fowley, Sandy Nelson, Nancy Sinatra (serving on the dress code committee) and future members of the Beach Boys. They came of age in Southern California at the dawn of a new golden era when anything seemed possible. These were the kids who created the idea of modern Southern California, complete with surf music, hot-rods and electric guitars, that the rest of world saw as a teen-age paradise on earth.
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