Dan Hill is one of Canada's most accomplished and successful artists. But from the time he first picked up a guitar, he yearned to win the favor of his most exacting critic: his father, civil rights activist Daniel Grafton Hill III. In this personal and revealing memoir, Dan explores his father's history, his foibles and humanity, as well as his own triumphs and failures, and considers how their relationship ultimately influenced the man Dan became.
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