Cigar Box Banjo
Author: Paul Quarrington
Subtitle: Notes on Music and Life
Reviews of Cigar Box Banjo
- Mark Kingwell, Globe and Mail, 28 May 2010
- "Sad, funny and wise – the writer's trifecta."
- Philip Marchand, The Afterword, 29 May 2010
- "In general, the memoir is full of those qualities that aroused such love for the man – the good humour, the lack of pretentiousness, the warmth, the generosity, the grit he demonstrated in pursuing his art."
- Geoff Pevere, Toronto Star, 5 June 2010
- "funny, perceptive and sometimes, oftentimes, blushingly self-deprecating"
- Zachary Houle, PopMatters, 17 June 2010
- "It's a rollicking ride across musical genres and time, one that shows its author trying to squeeze every ounce of life onto its pages."
- Robert J. Wiersema, Straight.com, 28 June 2010
- "the perfect testament to the man, and to his work"
- James Grainger, Quill & Quire, July 2010
- "though it contains its share of reflections on mortality, illness, and taking stock, it is by and large a thoroughly affirmative and unsentimental journey"
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Added 20 January 2011.
Updated 24 August 2013.