Title: Diary of a Player
Chapters: 9 plus prologue and epilogue
Genre: Nonfiction Memoir biography
Rating: 4 ½ stars
Don’t let the title fool you it’s not what you think. Brad wrote the book as a way to thank the guitar players that made a guitar player out of him. Starting with his grandfather, the man who gave him his first guitar. Also Brad talks about Clarence “Hank” Goddard his guitar teacher and a member of his first band. The C notes.
He also goes on to talk about the famous guitar players he played with; such as Buck Owens, and Little Jimmy Dickens. Even though the book is about Brad’s growth as a guitar it does foucus on the guys that helped shape his playing. It was a good back that I enjoyed reading.