Join UK author Tracy Borman as we peek behind closed doors to explore the private lives, loves and scandals of the most celebrated royal dynasty in history.
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While still a teenager she headed to the UK and later the US to work for a who’s who list of bands and artists.
Life on the road was exhilarating, hard work, occasionally surreal but never dull, particularly when you’re the only woman in the road crew and the #metoo movement is still 40 years away. Whether wrangling Iggy Pop across Europe, climbing trusses while seven months pregnant, drinking shots of JD with Bon Scott backstage at Wembley, or donning a tailor-made suit to do lights for Elton at Windsor Castle, Tana did it all.
Funny, poignant, reflective and revealing, Loud is rock’n’roll like you’ve never experienced it before, by a woman who not only survived the all-male world of touring but climbed to the top and lived to tell the tale.
Saturday 24 April, 10.30am-11.30am
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Suitable for adults and teens aged 16 and over. Free event and bookings are essential.
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