You wouldn't know that this man, Stanley Booth, epitomizes the survivor. In pursuit of his craft, Booth traveled with the Rolling Stones, overdosed at Graceland, ...
Nov 13, 2008 ... I spoke with Stanley Booth this afternoon. On Tuesday he returned from the William Eggleston photo exhibit in New York City. Stanley, among ...
Stanley Booth wrote this about the book: "Among those rare volumes which are not only a joy sui generis, but also--and better yet--a joy to be shared by reading ...
By Stanley Booth (PART ONE). What, you might ask, does a piece about Elvis's doctor have to do with the blues? In some ways the following piece is the hardest ...
Oct 13, 2008 ... The Latest News From Writer Stanley Booth 10/13/08. This evening I received a call from my old friend Stanley Booth. Anyone reading this ...
Dec 2, 2008 ... Stanley Booth: …he wanted to fill the silent void that was left by Sam Cooke. That's what he was aiming at with “Dock of the Bay”. He was trying ...
Aug 21, 2007 ... Swampland is honored that esteemed Southern writer, Stanley Booth, has contributed one of his classic pieces "The King Is Dead! Hang The ...
Dickinson became entrenched in the Memphis music community and kept time with local luminaries as Furry Lewis, Mississippi John Hurt and Stanley Booth.
In 1986, I met the Waycross, Georgia, writer Stanley Booth who knew the Stones, Gram Parsons, Jerry Wexler, Otis Redding, Sam Phillips, Elvis Presley, Duane ...
In his article "The 1969 Memphis Blues Show: Even The Birds Were Blue", Stanley Booth wrote of his friend's undeniable musical presence at the gritty Memphis ...