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Killer show : the Station nightclub fire, America's deadliest rock concert

Author: John Barylick
Publisher: Hanover : University Press of New England, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The story of the fire, its causes, and its legal and human aftermath is one of lives put at risk by petty economic decisions?by a band, club owners, promoters, building inspectors, and product manufacturers. Any one of those decisions, made differently, might have averted the tragedy. Together, however, they reached a fatal critical mass."--Publisher's website.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Barylick
ISBN: 9781611682656 1611682657
OCLC Number: 774697199
Description: 304 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Sifting the ashes --
Mill town watering hole --
Rock impresarios --
Only Rock 'n' Roll --
That ain't no way to have fun, Son --
Lucky day --
Yours, in fire safety ... --
Suds, sparks, and sponsorship --
Film at eleven --
This way out --
Cause for alarm --
I'm with the band --
Fighting for air --
A snowball's chance in Hell --
The way of all flesh --
Domino theory --
The sound and the fury --
Into the breach --
Solid gasoline --
The missing --
Artifacts of tragedy --
Circling the wagons --
Crime and punishment --
"First, survival ; then, function ; then, cosmetics" --
Risky business --
Making the tough cases --
Burning question --
Divining the incalculable --
Memento mori --
Epilogue --
List of persons killed in the station Nightclub fire --
Outcome of criminal prosecutions --
Outcome of civil lawsuits.
Responsibility: John Barylick.

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The definitive book on The Station nightclub fire on the 10th anniversary of the disaster  Read more...

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"Station fire survivor Victoria Potvin Eagan says, "I kind of thought I knew everything there was to know" about the fire and the people who were in it. As the founder of the Station Family Fund and Read more...

 
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