Ricky Nelson: Idol for a Generation

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Contemporary Books, 1990 - Music - 331 pages
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Of the top '50s rock-n-roll stars, only Elvis Presley could boast a name and face better known than Ricky Nelson's. The star of TV's top-rated "Ozzie and Harriet", Nelson burst into stardom as one of TV's first child actors. His death in an airplane crash shattered America's dreams.

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Review: Ricky Nelson: Idol for a Generation

User Review  - BikerDude - Goodreads

One of the very rockNroll bios/autobios that is worth the price of admission (confession: I bought it used, hardcover, from amazon). Extremely well researched and Selvin can write. If I could, I'd ... Read full review

Review: Ricky Nelson: Idol for a Generation

User Review  - Goodreads

One of the very rockNroll bios/autobios that is worth the price of admission (confession: I bought it used, hardcover, from amazon). Extremely well researched and Selvin can write. If I could, I'd ... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Selvin has covered pop music for The San Francisco Chronicle since 1970. He is the author of several books on the subject.

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