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Musicians -- Biography

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2604 Collections and/or Records:

Zebras, 1989-1991, undated

Series Description From the Series: This series is also divided into Produced and Unproduced work. The Produced sub-series is arranged by production date. It contains similar materials: drafts, correspondence, contracts, promotional materials and press clippings. The three projects Shrake was most closely involved with — Kid Blue, Songwriter and Pair of Aces — contain the most materials. The Beverly Hills Cop II folders...
Dates: 1989-1991, undated

Zeke Varnon (2 copies)

 File — Box 82, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents From the Series: Though essentially consisting of only three projects, all published, this sub-series contains a voluminous amount of research on its subjects, especially Willie Nelson. Included in the Willie materials are numerous tapes and transcripts of interviews Shrake and others did with Nelson and his acquaintances. Also included are clipping files on Nelson and country music going back to 1978 (when Shrake was writing the Songwriter screenplay), and many files of...
Dates: 1978-2002, undated


 File — Box 9, Folder: 29
Series Description From the Series:

The promotional material series is predominately made up of photographic and printed material sent to Patoski from music, television and film production companies, record companies, and talent agencies. Other promotional materials in this series include catalogs, newsletters, festival advertisements, press releases and ephemera all relating to the music industry.

Dates: 1978-1998, undated

ZZ Top

 File — Box 17, Folder: 37
Series Description From the Series:

This series of subject files and artist files, made up of newspaper clippings, notes, interviews, photographs and ephemera, illustrates Patoski's many areas of interest and his research methods. Patoski wrote about and published pieces relating to many of the topics and people in the subject and artist files. Of particular note is the large amount on material on Joe "King" Carrasco and his band, who Patoski managed in the 1980s.

Dates: 1968-1998, undated