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by Bill Fitzhugh

eBook Radio Activity download ISBN: 0380977591
Author: Bill Fitzhugh
Publisher: William Morrow; 1st edition (March 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1433 kb
Fb2: 1963 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

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This is another outstanding effort by Bill Fitzhugh. This time it's a radio station

This is another outstanding effort by Bill Fitzhugh. This time it's a radio station. A new program director is hired and quickly uncovers what appears to be an unplanned exit strategy for a former DJ and his girlfriend. Besides Fitzhugh's fabulous and hilarious voice, this book is a study in music of the 70's and 80's. Sep 10, 2014 Izolda Trakhtenberg rated it really liked it.

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In his latest whodunit, Fitzhugh creates one of his most unforgettable characters, an FM classic rock jock who just might jump from the radio tower if he has to play "Stairway to Heaven" one more time.

Fitzhugh (Heart Seizure, 2003, et. draws on. .Fitzhugh (Heart Seizure, 2003, et. draws on his experience as a 1970s disc jockey for this likable suspenser that’s also a serious celebration of the glory days of rock

Fitzhugh (Heart Seizure, 2003, et. draws on his experience as a 1970s disc jockey for this likable suspenser that's also a serious celebration of the glory days of rock. draws on his experience as a 1970s disc jockey for this likable suspenser that’s also a serious celebration of the glory days of rock. Rick Shannon, a rock deejay, has just been laid off by his Bismarck, North Dakota, station after an ownership change-and, at middle-age, Rick wonders whether he’s got a future in a radio business characterized by standardized playlists and corporate encroachment (familiar complaints, but they bear repeating).

Radio Activity, Fitzhugh Bill. Document This book explains what steroids are, and who is likely to use them. Ericson has perfectly captured the voice and pacing of Fitzhugh's original novel in a seamless rendering of a fresh, enjoyable story for today's readers. -School Library Journal. Harriet the Spy, Double Agent By Louise Fitzhugh and Maya Gold. This book explains what steroids are, and who is likely to use them. It also describes the real risks of steroid abuse to health - the physical effects on the body, and the mental and emotional effects. Автор: Fitzhugh, Karla Название: Solvents ISBN: 0750243759 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780750243759 Издательство: Hodder Рейтинг

After Radio Activity was published, George Taylor Morris, then the program director of the Deep Tracks channel read the book and got the sense that I.

After Radio Activity was published, George Taylor Morris, then the program director of the Deep Tracks channel read the book and got the sense that I knew what I was talking about. A mutual acquaintance (Greg Bell, who programs the Radio Classics channel) introduced George and me, and we had a chat. It’s called Fitzhugh’s All Hand-Mixed Vinyl because it’s all mixed by hand, the way a deejay used to work on the air. It’s not ALL vinyl, but there’s a lot of it. (Some of it’s pretty scratchy to.

A series by Bill Fitzhugh. 1. Radio Activity (2004) 2. Highway 61 Resurfaced (2005).

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Manufacturer: William Morrow Release date: 1 March 2004 ISBN-10 : 0380977591 ISBN-13: 9780380977598.

Looking into the mysterious disappearance of a once-famous rock DJ, radio program director Rick Shannon finds himself unwittingly embroiled in an investigation involving arson, missing persons, hit men, FCC violations, and the sexual habits of a prominent businessman. By the author of Heart Seizure. 35,000 first printing.
Comments: (7)
Iaran
Never read anything by the author before. His hero, a disc jockey, is a well-developed leading man, the other characters are portrayed with broader strokes, as needed to fulfill their roles. To those of us who are not familiar with the music constantly on the mind and lips of the hero and his minions, other disc jockeys on the radio station of which he is program director, most of the dialogue might just as well have been in Swahili. Nevertheless, while not a very mysterious mystery, it is a pleasant read, possibly higher on the pleasure scale for those who are initiates to the tribal language related to the in-music of the past generation.
RED
I was so enthralled by this book, by the author's love of music and the stories that DJ Rick Shannon tells of the artists along the way. This is a book where the journey is so much more than the plot. If you want to see the inside of a rock jock's head, you must read this book! Recommended by a friend who knew I'd love it, and I did. Thank you, Bill Fitzhugh!
Justie
Small town radio never looked so dirty. Fitzhugh combines his love of music, personal experiences as DJ, and an eye for detail to create a truly entertaining story. This is a fun read with interesting characters and a great hook.
Xor
Loved this book as much as all the other Fitzhugh books. If you are an old rock 'n roll fan, you will especially love this one. Well written, funny, fast paced. Looking forward to reading the 2nd Rick Shannon installment.
Kamick
good read; name checks of great music that should be remembered; entertaining...
Ynye
Who is Tommy Bolin and is "Teaser" any good? That is just one of many questions I'm asking myself after reading Radio Activity. Anyone into classic rock will enjoy the great references, the trivia, the professional selection of music to be played on a classic rock station.
The music and the radio business intrigue is blended with a fine mystery. Bill Fitzhugh has honed his writing skills while maintaining his great sense of humor.
Skunk Black
I liked it.
What a fun book. I had to admit I didn't know very many of the musicians mentioned in the story but I still gained an appreciation for the people who did know them. The mystery part was great too. Will read again some day.