Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. / Cowie, Douglas.

Black Hill Press, 2013. 124 p.

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Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. / Cowie, Douglas.

Black Hill Press, 2013. 124 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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Cowie, D 2013, Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. Black Hill Press.

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Cowie, D. (2013). Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. Black Hill Press.

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Cowie D. Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. Black Hill Press, 2013. 124 p.

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Cowie, Douglas. / Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley. Black Hill Press, 2013. 124 p.

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title = "Sing for Life: Tin Pan Alley",
abstract = "Brian, once part of the successful rock duo Owen Noone and the Marauder, moves from Iowa to New York City to recapture an earlier moment in his life. He starts performing songs in bars under a pseudonym and achieves a small degree of success, but that success doesn{\textquoteright}t seem to bring him the peace of mind he{\textquoteright}s been looking for. A disastrous performance coincides with the arrival of a postcard from the long- missing Owen Noone, and Brian takes to the streets of Manhattan to try to decide who it is he really wants to be. ",
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author = "Douglas Cowie",
year = "2013",
month = oct
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