Jean-Marie Perier presents a retrospective of legendary British and American music acts from the 1950s and 1960s, spiced up with anecdotes oft his encounters with these artists.
“I was lucky, because I always knew how lucky I was,” says Perier. “Being 22 in 1962 was already a privilege, but to find myself in the right place and with the right people, was a miracle.”
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