Published: November 2017
'April 3, 1968. Black activist Martin Luther King would have one more day on this earth. Everyone had a copy of the Beatles Grammy award winning album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, even though the cover of the record had vital clues that Paul McCartney had passedaway some months ago and had been replaced by a look alike. Not surprisingly LSD was the go to party drug of the time, and at Sutherland hospital in Sydney my mother had me.'Multi media personality Brendan 'Jonesy' Jones tells all in this amusing, if not totally reliable, memoir of growing up in The Shire and following his dream to be a Radio DJ. This is Brendan's story so far, turning 50 and unreliable Memoir.
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