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"Music journalists Easlea and Fiegel unveil the personality behind this entertainer who has fascinated fans for over 45 years. They offer a chronology of her music career and work as an actress, revealing a woman admired by audiences and peers alike. Blunt, yet kind, she is shown to be a survivor, a diligent worker, and a rare talent. From asides on first husband Sonny Bono to her involvement with the Black Rose Band, and then on to her acclaimed films — including Mask and Moonstruck (for which she won an Oscar) — she confides, 'You can either swim or die in your career. I swam. I'm a gutsy kind of gal.' Peers have their say, including actor/writer Chazz Palminteri, who adds, 'She's also one of the smart-est people I've ever met.' Her so-called 'final' tours covered three continents in a 350-performance extravaganza featuring spectacular staging, riding a papier-mâché elephant, and appearing in flamboy-ant and often risqué costumes. While the real passion in the book is postponed until the last few chap-ters, Easlea and Fiegel make it clear that Cher's talent is matched by her personal warmth. B&W photo insert. (Apr.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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ISBN:
9781617134524
Author:
Easlea, Daryl
Publisher:
Backbeat Books
Subject:
Biography-Composers and Musicians
Publication Date:
20130231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English

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Arts and Entertainment » Music » Genres and Styles » Rock » Biographies
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Biography » Composers and Musicians
Biography » Entertainment and Performing Arts
Biography » Rich and Famous
Biography » Women
Reference » General

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Music journalists Easlea and Fiegel unveil the personality behind this entertainer who has fascinated fans for over 45 years. They offer a chronology of her music career and work as an actress, revealing a woman admired by audiences and peers alike. Blunt, yet kind, she is shown to be a survivor, a diligent worker, and a rare talent. From asides on first husband Sonny Bono to her involvement with the Black Rose Band, and then on to her acclaimed films — including Mask and Moonstruck (for which she won an Oscar) — she confides, 'You can either swim or die in your career. I swam. I'm a gutsy kind of gal.' Peers have their say, including actor/writer Chazz Palminteri, who adds, 'She's also one of the smart-est people I've ever met.' Her so-called 'final' tours covered three continents in a 350-performance extravaganza featuring spectacular staging, riding a papier-mâché elephant, and appearing in flamboy-ant and often risqué costumes. While the real passion in the book is postponed until the last few chap-ters, Easlea and Fiegel make it clear that Cher's talent is matched by her personal warmth. B&W photo insert. (Apr.)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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