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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Sammy Hagar Doing a Book Signing in St. Louis

Posted By on Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 9:15 AM

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Sammy Hagar's long-awaited autobiography, Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock, hit stores this week. (We were hoping he would call it I Can't Write 55, but no dice.) A to Z already has a copy and cannot wait to dig into it this weekend. If you don't have a copy, however, you might want to wait and order it through Left Bank: On March 18 at 6 p.m., the Red Rocker will be at the bookstore's downtown location (321 North 10th Street) doing a book-signing. Left Bank stresses that this is only a book-signing, and to attend you have to purchase RED from the store; you can't bring a copy with you. More details on how to get into this event are below, from Left Bank's website:

To purchase tickets online, order a copy of the book and write TICKETS in the special comments field. Each book purchase from Left Bank Books admits two people into the book signing line. You may pick up your book and ticket at the event (unless you indicate a different preference).

Order that online here.

Hagar live in St. Louis, 1983:

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