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About the Book

Nadine Condon’s new memoir is CONFESSIONS. Stories to Rock Your Soul. The book captures her journey from a hard-living, highly visible, music business insider to a hospice professional ministering to the needs of the seriously ill, and the wild life adventures and searching spiritual quests that continue to shape Condon

Sex, drugs, rock and roll, miracles, family, devastation, trauma, a Raiders Super Bowl ring, hospice work, love and loss, God, ruefulness, insight, faith, lack of faith and characters straight out of a Dickens novel populate her moving reflections. If you like “behind the scenes” music stories or if you struggle with personal challenges, loss, and questions of spirituality, then you will enjoy this highly entertaining, very personal book.

35 chapters. 30 years in Rock & Roll. 20 Years in Hospice. 1 Cool Award.



Why you should buy this Book

  • What compelling forces drove Nadine to confront the past, family loss, and vexing life questions?
  • Find out why the book was chosen “Best Unpublished Manuscript” by the Hollywood Book Festival, 2020

  • </br>Pat Thomas, author of books on the Black Panthers,</br> Jerry Rubin and the Yippies.
    I bought it for the rock 'n roll (Nick Gravenites + around the world with the Jefferson Starship, ) but stayed for the death and dying. Part one is her sex and drugs and music stories…but it was part two, when she leaves music behind and begins working in hospice care (she's the living embodiment of the phrase "empathy"). I cannot recommend this book enough! It's both entertaining and inspiring.

    Pat Thomas, author of books on the Black Panthers,
    Jerry Rubin and the Yippies.
  • </br>Jonah Raskin, author of books on Allen Ginsburg, </br>Abbie Hoffman, Jack London and more…
    Authentic personal story that also follows the journey of a generation…Let me say now that I found Nadine's memoir emotional moving and spiritually uplifting.

    Jonah Raskin, author of books on Allen Ginsburg,
    Abbie Hoffman, Jack London and more…

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Why you should buy this Book

  • What compelling forces drove Nadine to confront the past, family loss, and vexing life questions?
  • Find out why the book was chosen “Best Unpublished Manuscript” by the Hollywood Book Festival, 2020

  • </br>Pat Thomas, author of books on the Black Panthers,</br> Jerry Rubin and the Yippies.
    I bought it for the rock 'n roll (Nick Gravenites + around the world with the Jefferson Starship, ) but stayed for the death and dying. Part one is her sex and drugs and music stories…but it was part two, when she leaves music behind and begins working in hospice care (she's the living embodiment of the phrase "empathy"). I cannot recommend this book enough! It's both entertaining and inspiring.

    Pat Thomas, author of books on the Black Panthers,
    Jerry Rubin and the Yippies.
  • </br>Jonah Raskin, author of books on Allen Ginsburg, </br>Abbie Hoffman, Jack London and more…
    Authentic personal story that also follows the journey of a generation…Let me say now that I found Nadine's memoir emotional moving and spiritually uplifting.

    Jonah Raskin, author of books on Allen Ginsburg,
    Abbie Hoffman, Jack London and more…

Read the first chapters FREE!

What People Say

  • Nadine's one of the few people I trusted in this business.
    Craig Chaquico
    Jefferson Starship/Starship/award winning guitarist
  • Her contribution to San Francisco music as a publicist, promoter, and general band mentor is hard to overstate. The work she's done is exactly the kind that goes invisible almost instantly, yet without it, nobody would hear any music at all.
    Hiya Swanhuyser
    SFWeekly, Freelance Writer
  • The one constant of the San Francisco music scene is a straight-talking Kentucky woman named Nadine Condon. She is rocks music's north star. It is no coincidence that most any band (including mine) coming out of San Francisco came through her office.
    Stephan Jenkins
    Third Eye Blind
  • Nadine writes with truth and a perspective gained by hard work, hit records, and veteran experience.
    Melissa Etheridge
    Singer, songwriter and activist