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Confessions from the Pop Scene (1974) [Novel]
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Series: Confessions
Part: 9

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Teenyboppers, hungry groupies, payola, crooked DJs, foreign tours, golden discs, TV spectaculars, screaming fans and packed out concert halls...

For Timmy Lea, always on the lookout for a new career with plenty of openings, Noggo Enterprises spelled success, money and a chance to get his name into the bright lights - providing he could survive the partnership with brother-in-law Sid and his nephew Jason Noggett, the 7-year-old's answer to Mick Jagger, not to speak of Dyke Henna, the transvestite rock star (born Fred Nudger).

Even when business was slow, the manager of Noggo Enterprises found plenty of scope for his talents; in beds, bars and the back seats of sportscars there was always somebody who wanted a little piece of his action.

Would simple, unaffected Timmy survive in the hard world of Pop?

Original title: Confessions from the Pop Scene
Alternative titles: Confessions of a Pop Performer
Original languages: English

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Confessions of a Pop Performer (1975)

Format: Paperback
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Futura
ISBN: 0860072762
Pages: 160

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