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Days and Nights at Costello's
Days and Nights at Costello's
Author: Joe McCarthy
In Days and Nights at Costello's, journalist, ghostwriter and author (Johnny, We Hardly Knew Ye!) Joe McCarthy reminisces about his freelancing days and shares his best stories from a lifetime of working with and writintg about the celebrated political, journalistic, and show business figures of our time. As well known in Costello's venerable b...  more »
ISBN: 63885
Pages: 281
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Publisher: Little Brown
Book Type: Hardcover
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Oh, the places you'll go - and the people you'll see! (sorry, Mr. Thurber!) This book shares the feeling and camaradarie (now, I think I spelled that wrong!)of the people who populated the post WWII and PRE-disco, nightclub scene in NYC. Think Fred Allen, think Walter Winchell, think Ed Sullivan, think The Bowery. A good read, especially if you miss the era when music was good - and so were the girls (at least in public)