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Something About Me and My Book:
Life’s A Good Gig
A gringo musician’s journey into the world of Latin music
By John Cain

“Life’s a Good Gig,” takes us on an international romp from the ultimate groove to the infamous gig from hell with a band of brothers like no others, some cool cats, some downright deadbeats. It’s Jimmy Buffet gone Bill Bryson.

Musician/adventurer John Cain, like chef Anthony Bourdain, samples each musical genre like a savory stew, and shares the creative process from the ridiculous to the sublime—from the dubious singing dog to X-rated song lyrics to an unimaginable code of professional ethics.

Cain explores the mysteries of music and life in this well-crafted memoir of his musical sojourn. Jump on the bandwagon and enjoy the ride! Nominated for best non-fiction 2008 San Diego Book & Writers Awards

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At 7:04pm on January 23, 2009, John Kremer said…
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