Long Live the King: An Interview with Dick Dale, King of the Surf Guitar
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Introduction to surf musician Dick Dale Q & A interview with Dick Dale, pioneer of “the unmistakable sound that has been the unofficial score of American surf culture.” Interview covers his first gigs with Ray Stott, Billy Barber at The Rinky Dink Ice Cream Parlor, then the Rendezvous Ballroom, surfing with Butch Van Artsdalen and his own private airport.