Alec Wightman may call himself a corporate lawyer, but he's also a huge music fan. He's chronicled his personal journey of fandom into a memoir entitled Music In My Life: Notes From a Longtime Fan. The book details Alec's discovery of rock and roll through the music of Dion's The Wanderer, to his side gig booking shows for his favorite artists in his hometown of Columbus, OH, to his involvement with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, where he served as board chair. It's a unique rock and roll story from a fan's perspective, and we get into all of it on the What Difference Does It Make Podcast.
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