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Friday, May 4th, 2007 by

C. S. Fuqua‘s definitive book on the Muscle Shoals, Alabama, music scene, Music Fell on Alabama, is featured in May’s Alabama Musician’s Connection newsletter. NewSouth Books’ reissue of this important title contains a new epilogue by the author, offering updates on Muscle Shoals’ Fame Recording Studio and Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, as well as a “Star’s Who’ve Risen” guide to the modern music legends of Alabama.

In an interview with Alabama Musician’s Connection, Fuqua–a well-published fiction and non-fiction author, talks about his love of reading and writing. I had always been an avid reader and became even more voracious afterward, said Fuqua. I found literature the best avenue to escape into worlds familiar and frightening, as well as strange and wonderful. Fuqua also talks about how he learned to craft wooden flutes, which he now sells to customers worldwide.

Learn more about the Alabama Musician’s Connection, and read the full interview with C. S. Fuqua, at their website. C. S. Fuqua’s website is at http://www.knology.net/~csfuqua/.

Music Fell on Alabama is available directly from NewSouth Books, Amazon.com, or your favorite local or online bookseller

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