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Sometimes the Music Paperback – 20 April 2021
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"Some people plan their life. I fell into my action packed one."
At sixteen Helene Grover wrote a number one hit, 'Barefoot Boy', and became one of the pioneers of Australian rock 'n roll music. She spent over forty years in the entertainment industry, as a song writer, actor and theatrical agent.
In the eighties, she met 'Enfant Terrible' of jazz, Serge Ermoll. In a twenty-six-year relationship, Helene managed his music career, produced and recorded several albums, booked many of his performances which included the Sydney support concerts for the Dizzy Gillespie tour. Serge grappled with a lifetime of addictions.
Helene launched her innovative Laughter Strategies and spent the next twenty years travelling throughout Australia and South East Asia conducting seminars for conferences and training programs for the health and corporate sectors. Harper Collins published her first book "Laugh Aerobics" also translated into Japanese for the Japan market. She has appeared on many TV programs such as The Today Show on Channel 9 and the Midday show with Kerri-Anne Kennerley.
'Sometimes the Music' presents the captivating lives of Helene Grover and Serge Ermoll, two dynamic individuals, children of migrants from opposite sides of the planet, and the music environments, Rock'n Roll and jazz.
This autobiography is poignant, funny, adventurous, with an honest vulnerability.
I loved Helene's book and you will too. Couldn't put it down. She brings to life so many of those fabulous Jazz Legends and Characters many of whom are sadly no longer with us. The stories are so fascinating and entertaining. It brought a smile to my face to be reacquainted with many of them once more.
Geoff Kluke - Australian Jazz Legend.
- Publisher : Cilento Publishing (20 April 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 374 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0645000485
- ISBN-13 : 978-0645000481
- Dimensions : 12.85 x 1.96 x 19.84 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 298,465 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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