Grit, Noise, and Revolution - a good rock-n-read

Just finished Grit, Noise, and Revolution by David A. Carson. It is a detailed history of the birth of Detroit Rock-Roll - main focus around 1965-1972. Mitch Ryder, Iggy Pop and the Stooges, MC5, Ted Nugent, Bob Seeger, Fridgid Pink - even though I was listening to a lot of this at the time, I had no idea how many bands started in Detroit and how powerful the rock-n-roll scene was in the Motor City.

It was an enjoyable read. You like rock-n-roll history and Michigan bands, this book is for you!
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