New Book And CD Set Chronicle Classic Rock Legends

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Press Release:

The author of the Jefferson Airplane book Take Me To A Circus Tent, Craig Fenton is back with not one but two follow-ups. A book on the Jefferson Starship and a unique 2 CD set including a 70 minute phone interview with new singer Cathy Richardson.

image Have You Seen The Stars Tonite includes 179 photos, 527 pages, over 700 set lists from the Jefferson Starship’s live appearances, a list of all the documented songs performed, the first appearance, any special versions, guest appearances, the dates of services of the band members throughout the years, a look at the singles and album releases, documentation of which tunes they played year by year, the Jefferson Airplane songs they performed year by year, and a listing of a good deal of the cover songs played.

Once Again an original Jefferson Airplane member was kind enough to say something nice on the back cover. Signe Anderson “When it comes to the Jefferson Airplane and the Jefferson Starship, Craig Fenton is the source.” Mr. Fenton’s books are proudly featured at

Have You Seen The Circus Tent Tonite is a 2 CD set on Circus Tent Records 001. The first CD is a Data Disc and features the photos from Have You Seen The Stars Tonite in larger form, all the updates from the Jefferson Airplane book Take Me To A Circus Tent, and 892 photos of various rock and roll musicians through the years. This includes 100 pictures of the Beatles as well as solo photos, 31 exclusive Allman Brothers pictures from a performance with Duane Allman, numerous Clapton, Grateful Dead, Rolling Stones, Simon & Garfunkel, Who, Yardbirds and many others that cover the spectrum from letters A-Z. There are even a couple of pictures from Frank Zappa on the Steve Allen Show in 1963. The second Disc is an audio phone interview of nearly 70 minutes (69:42) with new female lead singer Cathy Richardson. Details available at Mr. Fenton’s website.

In addition as part of the publicity wing of the tour Mr. Fenton and America’s great rock and roll photographer Don Aters will be marketing Don’s museum quality rock and roll pictures of the past 40 years.

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