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Rolling Stones insider shares memories and rare artifacts in new book.

Back in the mid-1960s, overnight, a street-smart East Coast kid went from being a college student to tour manager/moneyman and confidante to the Rolling Stones. The band didn’t eat, drink, or even play unless Ronnie Schneider did his job, and this trusting relationship led to a wild adventure that would soon include the Beatles, Swinging London, and producing the mythical ’69 Stones tour that culminated in the infamous show at Altamont. 

In his new book, Schneider gives listeners an all-access pass into the most intimate spaces, from hotels and boardrooms to private planes and backstage debauchery, crunching deals, babysitting the band, tasting wine, women, and dope - this is a front-row seat to rock’s last great era; jam-packed with rare artifacts and all the paperwork to back it up.

©2017 Ronniel Schneider (P)2020 Ronnie Schneider

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Original and Real, a fresh and heartfelt story

I love to listen to books, particularly if it's read by the author. There's a depth of feeling and authenticity that brings the story to life. I could visualize the events as the author related them, the rasp in his voice a perfect accompaniment to a gritty time, and an equally gritty life. It unfolds as a life lived - full and vibrant, raw and broken - all the facets of rock and roll, in its magic and delusions.