I Fought The Law: The Life & Strange Death Of Bobby Fuller

$19.95

On July 18, 1966, at the age of 23 and with a Top 10 hit on the charts, Bobby Fuller was found dead in the front seat of a car doused in gasoline outside his Hollywood apartment. ‘I Fought The Law,’ named after Fuller’s most iconic recording, is the first ever authorized biography of the ill-fated 1960’s Texas music legend. Norton Records/Kicks Books co-founder and Fuller biographer Miriam Linna, has teamed up with Bobby’s brother and bandmate Randell, to reveal the true story of the short life and strange death of Bobby Fuller.330 pages. 9 x 6 x 1.5 inches.*One of the authors (and Bobby’s brother), Randell Fuller, as well as one of Bobby’s original bandmates, Dewayne Quirico of the Bobby Fuller Four, will be signing this book in the store on March 7th. If you would like a signed copy, you may pre-order this book, but it can not be signed and shipped out until after that date. Thanks!

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