East of the Holyland
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From acclaimed singer/songwriter Bob Lind, a powerful novel of an artist's struggle to find his own unique voice. Summer, 1964. Denver folksinger Jory Durham is watching his world fall apart. His drinking is getting worse. He's dead broke. His best friend is leaving town. His relationship with his girlfriend is hanging by a thin thread. And a deranged fan is worming his way into Jory's life. But worst of all, the great folkmusic fad that filled the coffeehouses night after night is on the decline. To Jory, acoustic music was never a trend - it's what he lives for. It's taken him two years to work himself into the local folk-club circuit. Now these clubs are folding. But he may have a chance at redemption: A benefit concert to save The PSYCHE coffeehouse where he got his start. If he and his fellow musicians can just get the club back on its feet, folk music in the Mile-High City might thrive again. And maybe - just maybe - Jory will be able to continue to live his passion. The Music!