Thursday, December 3, 7pm, Subterranean Books signing with Kevin Belford for Devil at the Confluence @ Subterranean, 6275 Delmar, U. City, free.
Sunday, December 6, 2009, 1-3 pm
Kevin Belford, Jeff Fister and Dr. John Oldani at the "Book Jamboree" at the St. Louis Genealogical Society in Sunnen Industrial Park, #4 Sunnen Drive, St. Louis, MO 63143.
St. Louis area history and locally-themed books, local authors, free and open to the public.
What others are saying about Devil at the Confluence:
"The best examples of the music's unvarnished power."
"Making the case that St. Louis brought together a mix of country and city musicians, resulting in significant contributions to the genre."
"Provides a serious challenge to the long-held theory that the blues developed from a single point of origin."
- Terry Perkins, St Louis Post-Dispatch.
"Belford illustrated and wrote his book by scouring old record collections and newspaper clippings, scrutinizing past city maps and talking to just about anyone who knew about the local blues."
- Los Angeles Times.
"Packed with fascinating facts, cool artifacts, secret backstories, and gorgeous art."
"Likely to surprise even so-called experts."
- The St. Louis Beacon.
"The untold history of the founding musicians of the St. Louis blues movement and an abundance of historical information."
- The Webster Kirkwood Times.
Rick Merry - I love the book !!!
Peter Cohen - Folks this is an awesome book, perfectly detailed and illustrated.
Vinnie Valenza - This book is a treasure! Everybody in this town and beyond need to read this book!
Devil At The Confluence is available at all major bookstores, Borders, Barnes & Noble and through Amazon. Signed copies can be requested by emailing devilattheconfluence (at) gmail.com.