A well-known scenester in LA because the ’70s, Artwork Fein has written several books that are essentially some bite-sized bits of rock and roll history, filled up with trivia appealing to intense fans, but relayed within an entertaining design. Fein has created for the LA Moments, Billboard, the Community Voice, and various other music and general curiosity magazines. His L.A. Musical Background Tour: HELPFUL INFORMATION towards the Stone Landmarks of LA takes benefit of his long-time residency in the town, providing not merely addresses and photos of several sites appealing to rock and roll supporters, but also some little-known and amazing details of situations that occurred there. First released in 1991, it returned into printing in 1998. His 1996 reserve, The Greatest Rock and roll & Roll Tales, is something of the Rock’n’Roll Babylon Lite, with breezy overviews of a few of, as the subtitle announces, “One of the most outrageous, marvelous and scandalous occasions in the annals of rock and roll & move!” Furthermore to composing, Fein in addition has worked as an archive manufacturer (for the Blasters), a supervisor (for the Cramps), music supervisor for film and tv, and a film “area finder,” his biggest rating in this respect coming with Consuming Raoul, that was shot in his house. He’s most well-known/notorious in L.A., even though, for hosting the long-running community access tv program, Artwork Fein’s Texas holdem Party, which includes interviewed such observed superstars and cult rockers simply because Brian Wilson, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Richard Carpenter, Ted Hawkins, as well as the Legendary Stardust Cowboy. The casual chat sessions also have included fellow rock and roll critics like Richard Meltzer and Kristine McKenna.