Tom Stephen continues to work in artist management, dividing his time between Toronto, Los Angeles, and Jamaica. Keith Elliot Greenberg is a New York Times bestselling author and television producer who's written for Maxim, Playboy, the New York Observer, Village Voice, and USA Today, among others. His credits include the autobiographies of pro wrestling icons Ric Flair and Superstar Billy Graham, as well as December 8, 1980: The Day John Lennon Died. He is a lifetime New Yorker.
"Even if you are not too familiar with the Jeff Healey Band, this book is one that music lovers would still enjoy; filled with humorous road stories, management problems, and the admittance of mistakes and problems that ended the band's run and friendship, all told in grateful, and honest recollection." -- Lance Writes blog"On the surface, it's a story of rock 'n' roll debauchery, but at its heart, Best Seat in the House is fueled by aspects of artistic passion, tension, and a relentless sense of hustle which makes for a truly compelling read." -- Spill Magazine