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Tales On Tap: A Novel

Robert Bronstein

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ISBN 10: 0595309127 / ISBN 13: 9780595309122
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2004
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Tales On Tap: A Novel

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Billy Tonelli, orphaned suddenly at an early age, was a gentle, rudderless dreamer, growing up in his own world. First there was the cowboy period, then cops, then spies. Always there were Kung-Fu movies where good, pure-hearted men saved beautiful damsels in distress by kicking the crap out of anything that moved. He always wanted to live like Gauguin. Not that he could paint anything other than a paint-by-numbers horse and jockey-it's just that he always wanted to live amongst joyous, half-dressed native women who would look up to him as a god-like fire master. He knew it was possible. He had seen the movies.In Tales On Tap Billy suddenly finds himself the bartender/front man for his shady uncles, operating a tavern on Chicago's North Side, and must grow up mentally and socially through the experiences and influence of his regular clientele. A behind-the-scenes legend of Rock & Roll, his young apprentice, the legend's pretty artist girlfriend and her even prettier cousin. A Polish immigrant former coal-miner. A mob kingpin and his hit-man bodyguard who dream of living different lives. A banana republic dictator. An occasional visit from a member of The World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band

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Rob Bronstein was stage manager, designer and co-writer for The Second City comedy club in Chicago for nearly twelve years, and toured as Lighting Designer for Rock & Roll legend Ray Davies of The Kinks. He lives in New York City with his wife, writing, performing, and doing voiceover work.

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