The era defined by glam rock, industrial action and the rise of punk, is set to be immortalised in a new book by former Liverpool Echo music and features writer Jade Wright.
The Dirty Stop Outs’ Guide to 1970s Liverpool celebrates the era that saw the closure of The Cavern and the birth of a whole new style of music in the city.
Jade said: “This book will truly represent 1970s Liverpool; to be everybody’s scrapbook of a great time in their lives.
“It was the era of flamboyant fashion, industrial action and dancing round handbags. There was so much going on across Merseyside – in Liverpool but also in Wirral.
“This is a people’s history, looking at the decade through the eyes of those who lived it – flares and all.”
|Expected release date is November 11|