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From Hit Records to a Hit Book: Dive into Bruce Belland's Colorful Memoir!

From hit records…

01-Gold-Record-Shot.jpg a hit book!





Now his great ride makes a great read.



“‘26 Miles’ made The Four Preps household names.”
~NBC Today Show

“‘26 Miles’ was everything I wanted to be or do.”
~Jimmy Buffet

“...the first surfer hit.”
~Dick Clark

“The Four Preps lent a charge of inspiration to the material Brian (Wilson) was developing.”
~The Beach Boys and the Southern California
Experience by Timothy White

“Bruce tells the story so colorfully, it’s a pure joy.”
~Nancy Sinatra

“Rich experiences in the very middle of the Rock Era.”
~Pat Boone

“…Great stories from a master storyteller.”
~Jim Yester—The Association

“… A wild and crazy entertainment journey not to be missed.”
~Brian Beirne, Mr. Rock N’ Roll®
Hollywood Walk of Fame Radio Personality

“In his 88th year his energy and enthusiasm are inspiring and infectious.”
~Jim Cathcart, President Emeritus National Speakers Association

Set against the backdrop of vintage Hollywood in the fab 50’s, Bruce’s colorful memoir recounts adventures with greats from Ozzie & Harriet, to Elvis, Sinatra to The Beatles, George Burns to the Beach Boys, as four pals from Hollywood High get dropped into the fast lane of Pop music stardom while still in their teens. Riveting tales one reviewer called, ”... wild ribald, at times poignant and always hugely entertaining.”



About the Author

BRUCE BELLAND is a multi-Emmy nominated Entertainer, Singer, Songwriter, Recording & Concert Artist, Screenwriter, Director, former NBC Programming Executive, Public Speaker, Playwright, Producer, Voiceover Artist and Radio Host. He attended Hollywood High School and UCLA with a major in English. Bruce and his wife, Simone Alexander, a prominent fashion designer now on the faculty of Fashion Institute of Design in Los Angeles, live in Woodland Hills, California with their dog “Murphy.” ICONS, IDOLS and IDIOTS is his first book.

“It’s safe to say that anyone who’s ever sung along with the radio, watched television, attended a concert, or enjoyed a movie has, at some time, been touched by his talent.”

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