Meet Bob Events
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was the site of Bob's official "book launch" party for a second
consecutive year. It drew more than a hundred people and every copy of The
John Lennon Affair sold. That's Doug Dutton, one of Southern California's
legendary, most knowledgable book dealers, with Bob.
Zurowski was the manager on duty that night and did a spectacular job with the
arrangements. Thanks, again, Tony...
view of the Dutton's-Brentwood patio crowd before it reallllly got
fronts that belong to those backs were listening to Bob express thanks for
Lyn Bauer (right), former star of television soaps "The Young and the
Restless" and "Days of Our Lives" turned out for the
Dutton's launch gala for old pal Bob, along with her onetime roomie
Barbara Shore, a past executive director of the International Association
of Film Commissioners.
joining the festivities were Stan Layton (left), former vice
president-marketing of MCA Records (left), Dottie Fonn, and David Fonn,
owner-president of Cisco Music, one of the most important contemporary
jazz labels in the world.
friends present from Bob's days in rock-and-roll was Janey Milstead, whose
writing career went from freelance journalism to the pioneering editorship
of BBW Magazine and, most recently, to writing novels.
David and his fiancee Janine were among family members on hand. (Janine,
dear...your beautiful smile into the lens next time, okay?)
cuddles up to his youngest fan, Neesie, under the watchful eye of her
grandmother Aleta (that's right, her grandmother) and Aleta's hubby, Liam
who smiled too late for this shot. It wasn't Phil Murphy (second from
left), senior vice president-operations, Paramount Pictures, or Robert
McCracken, Paramount's supervisor of archive operations, or Bob's wondrous
wife, Sandra. (Did someone say Paramount Pictures? Hmmmmm.)