Huntington Beach businessman Marc Canter will exhibit limited edition photographs and sign copies of his book, Reckless Road-Guns N' Roses and the making of Appetite for Destruction at the Rock & Roll Emporium on Wednesday, Oct. 20.
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The event will be held for downtown Huntington Beach's Surf City Art Walk from 6-9pm.
Canter, who owns and manages Canter's Deli in LA, was Slash's childhood friend (back when he was still Saul Hudson) and has known G'n'R for 34 years.
The book Reckless Road contains shots of the band as they were touring from 1985 to 1987, and making Appetite for Destruction. It also has original gig memorabilia of Guns 'n' Roses' early years, including show flyers, ticket stubs, set lists, press clippings, and handwritten lyrics.