K.D. worked at the famous Tower Records on Sunset Blvd, and this details some of his tribulations there, 3 years before they went out of business. Not only do you get various stories about celebrities who came into the store, but the fact K.D. was homeless and living in his van during this time period adds some personal drama to the story as well. It’s not lengthy but it’s well written and never gets boring. If you are a huge music fan or musician such as myself, or if you enjoy slice of life type stories, I think you should check this one out!
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K.D. Sanders is an award-winning writer, drummer and former employee of legendary Tower Records on Sunset Boulevard. He was born in Miami, Florida and raised in the Florida Keys. He moved to California for a better opportunity. There he worked with Fortune 500 companies, numerous celebrities and toured the U.S and Canada as a road manager. His story has been featured in newspapers such as the Corsair, Santa Monica College and the Key West Citizen. His first memoir, “Where Did My Life Go?: A Towering Experience” recounts various experiences including many celebrity encounters while working at Tower Records for 3 years after his band broke up and living alone in his van before the record store went out of business. The short story is now available with future short stories to follow to continue the memoir series, “Where Did My Life Go?”