Stalking
 the
 red headed
 stranger
A Hilarious Adventure
and an Indispensable "How To" Manual,
 One of the Most Entertaining Stories
to Ever Come Out of the Music Industry

Stalking the Red Headed Stranger is an in-depth, up-close look into the real music business, told by a Grammy Award nominee who has represented literally hundreds of the greatest songs in the history of popular music, including "Stand By Me," "Happy Together," "Jailhouse Rock," "Under the Boardwalk," "Hound Dog," "What a Wonderful World," "Spanish Harlem," "Chapel of Love," "Summer in the City," "Love Potion No. 9," "Kansas City," and many other timeless classics. 

     Alongside invaluable wisdom and the profound observations of a man who has been deep inside the music industry, Randy Poe tells the hilarious saga of chasing American icon Willie Nelson across Canada - via plane, taxi, rental car, and even ferryboat - in a half-crazed attempt to pitch a single song to the Red Headed Stranger. 

     
Stalking the Red Headed Stranger or How to Get Your Songs into the Hands of the Artists Who Really Matter Through Show Business Trickery, Underhanded Skullduggery, Shrewdness, and Chicanery, as Well as Various Less Nefarious Methods of Song Plugging: A Practical Handbook and Historical Portrait
is the funniest, hippest, longest-titled "how to" book you'll read this year.