To say that Music In My Life is an informed read is an understatement. Wightman brings to his memoir a lawyer’s attention to detail and a promoter’s understanding of the often-rare combination of artists with both talent and a viable fan base for that talent. Add to that his finger on the pulse of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame that is both a museum and living experiential rush, and you have a real page turner.

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