“High in the Mid-'60s”…How to Have A Fabulous Life in Music Without being famous!”… is all of the following…a memoir, a life journey, a rock n roll “everyman” story, a spiritual discovery, a fathering experience, an absolute music business survival manual, and an anecdotal treasure chest of life on the road.

Divided into chronological “sections,” starting with childhood, and culminating in an ongoing epilogue, "High in the Mid-'60s" details Rick Levy's life including his time involved with various groups including Herman's Hermits, Jay & the Techniques, and The Box Tops.


“Rick has been in and around the pop/soul/rock music business for the better part of 40 years. There’s a wealth of wisdom, honesty, fun, sharp observations, great stories, and good advice in these pages….a ‘must read’ for top 40 era music lovers.”

-- Dick Bartley, nationally syndicated radio personality

 “Rick is one of those lucky people who has made his love  his life…and his vocation…and it shows in the way he performs and respects the artists and music…and…he does it damn good!”

-- Larry Klein, executive producer Dick Clark Productions, American Music Awards, and more

“Yes yes yes..you are a real rocker…you play guitar like it’s supposed to be played.”

-- Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park, Tallahassee Lassie, Action

 “Rick always works hard to make my shows sound ‘top notch’. He knows and loves the music…a true pro…one of the best!”

-- Brian Beirne-concert promoter, legendary Los Angeles radio personality (KRTH), “Mr. Rock n. Roll” ™

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