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The Kenny Hamber Story (Book)

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'TEARS IN MY EYES' -- The Kenny Hamber Story has now been published and is available for sale.

The book consists of 180+ pages of text and 8 pages of pictures and tells the full story of Kenny's life and long career.

 

He started out singing on the street corners of Baltimore back in the 1950's and by 1961 was performing at the top summer venue of Carr's Beach on bills topped by the likes of Jackie Wilson. An ever-present on the vibrant Baltimore club scene throughout the 1960's, he still found the time to head off to New York and Philly to record and play live gigs. Hooking up with a group towards the end of the 60's, they headed off to fulfill a club date up in Providence (Roade Island). He never returned from that gig and made a new life for himself in New England that lasted into the 1980's. Moving on again, he relocated to Hartford and Manchester, Connecticut.

Nearly 60 years after he started out on a singing career, Kenny still lands regular gigs at places such as Foxwood's Casino in Ledyard, Connecticut. He is currently back in the recording studio (with a full band) laying down tracks for another release. He performed right through soul music's golden years and experienced many ups & downs, his exploits taking him all over the world. Today, he still chases new dreams to add to his many past achievements in the entertainment business.

 

CHECK OUT SOME INFO ON THE BOOK HERE ...........  https://www.facebook.com/KennyHamberStory

 

The book is available for £10 + £1.90 P&P. Drop me a PM if you are interested in obtaining a copy.

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Nope, not at the moment. Hard copy only.

One may follow later, but I'm 'old skool' I'm afraid.

 

 

You should loom into it, you are losing potential sales.  Not too hard to convert if you have the software.  Ask Mark Windle he sold his book online, The Blurb.

 

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You should loom into it, you are losing potential sales.  Not too hard to convert if you have the software.  Ask Mark Windle he sold his book online, The Blurb.

I have it in PDF format already, I just don't want to sell it in that format yet. 

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