Musician’s Memoir Garners Good Feedback from Readers Online
Stella Castellucci reveals her marvelous life in music.
“It is both an intimate family story of the greatest American jazz harpist and a key to a nuanced appreciation of major figures in 20th century U.S. popular culture, chief among them jazz singer Peggy Lee.”
Stella Castellucci’s book, Diving Deep for Sea Shells, has been republished by LitFire Publishing in July of 2015. The new book cover features a photo taken by Phil Fewsmith.
As it re-entered the market, it has been getting the attention of many readers, especially those who are fans of the jazz music.
A reviewer, John Dash, said, “It is both an intimate family story of the greatest American jazz harpist and a key to a nuanced appreciation of major figures in 20th century U.S. popular culture, chief among them jazz singer Peggy Lee.”
Garnering several positive reviews on the biggest online bookstore that is Amazon, it is predicted to perform well in the market in the coming months.
“This is not your conventional biography. A few surprises in this, including the fact that Stella played on a lot of Barry White’s projects,” says Vincent P. Degiorgio, a reader, in his review on Amazon.
Barry White’s music is under the R&B, Funk, Soul, and Disco genres – far different from the genre that Stella had usually worked with. This is just one of the surprises that readers will find in her book.
Diving Deep for Sea Shells
Written by Stella Castellucci with Edgar Amaya
Paperback | $ 14.20
Book copies are available at www.litfirepublishing.com, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Stella Castellucci was born to a musician father. At a young age, she started serious studies with different professional harp instructors. When she graduated high school, she started her career in music by becoming a harpist for the American Broadcasting Company Radio Orchestra. She had worked with famous Jazz musician, Peggy Lee, on her albums, and even became part of her touring group in the 1950s. Apart from Peggy, Stella also collaborated with other famous artists, such as: Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, Barry White and many more.
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