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Bernie Taupin with Cameron Crowe (virtual event)

Bernie Taupin with Cameron Crowe discussing his memoir, "Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton, and Me."*** US orders only. We only ship books to addresses in the US. Join us for a virtual Live Talks Los Angeles event:Sunday, September 24, 2022, 3pm PST/6pm ESTBernie Taupin with Cameron Crowediscussing his memoir, "Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton, and Me"TICKETS:$45 Ticket: Virtual Admission + a signed copy of the bookTicket includes opportunity to watch the event on video-on-demand for five days, thru September 29 at midnight.Books ship one week after the event.An evocative, clear-eyed, and revealing memoir by Bernie Taupin, the lyrical master and long-time collaborator of Elton JohnBernie Taupin has worked in partnership with legendary singer, composer and pianist Elton John since 1967—one of the most successful and long-running musical collaborations in music history. Taupin wrote the lyrics for most of John’s famous hits, including “Rocket Man,” “Candle in the Wind,” “Crocodile Rock,” “Your Song,” “I’m Still Standing.” John and Taupin received the Johnny Mercer Award from the Songwriters Hall of Fame, a lifetime achievement Grammy, an Academy Award, and many more. In 2022, Taupin was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to music. In Scattershot: Life, Music, Elton, and Me, Taupin grants access to history-making events from Read More ...

Event Series Made in L.A. Vol. 5: Vantage Points

Made in L.A. Writers at Sandpiper Books

Sandpiper Books 4665 Torrance Blvd., Torrance

(rescheduled from Tropical Storm Hilary) Made in L.A. and Sandpiper Books Present: "Characters in motion" A literary reading featuring stories of Los Angeles and its denizens in motion Made in L.A. Vol. 5: Vantage Points is a love letter to the sprawl, diversity, and inconsistent topography of Los Angeles This in-person reading showcases local authors who invite us to explore their vantage points in different areas of our metropolis, by foot, by car, and by skateboard. Los Angeles is sprawling, but the longer you live here, the smaller it becomes. We’ll hear from five local authors. Ryane Nicole Granados invites us out for a walk with two sisters through the Aves and introduces us to the neighbors, Christina Hoag persuades us to explore an unhappily married detective’s beat in Santa Monica, Laura McGhee introduces us to a fresh transplant via an unusual party in Topanga Canyon, Thea Pueschel tempts us to skate through palliative care and estrangement with an aging skater in the Valley, and Tisha Marie Reichle-Aguilera takes us through Gramercy Park on a search for a woman’s missing younger brother. 


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