Brock Scott's stomach was in knots as his mom inched her 1974 Chevy Impala up to the curb in front of Tower Records across the street from the San Diego Sports Arena. He was 13 years old on that warm summer night in 1980, and he was about to experience his very first rock and roll concert. The band was Queen, and it was a night that would change his life forever. Hidden under his clothes was a Vivitar 110 Instamatic camera and flash bar. From his seats just 20 feet from the stage he shot 24 photos that marked the beginning of a 40 plus year rock and roll adventure. That night a spark was lit, and he soon found a way to combine his love of music and photography which eventually lead to a career as a commercial photographer. For him and his friends, the plan was always the same, find a show that they wanted to see, buy whatever tickets they could afford and get to the venue early to enjoy the fellowship of other like-minded music fanatics. As show time approached, they would strategically hide their cameras on their person, head into the venue and find a way to sneak down to the front row to document the band. From the Parking Lot to the Front Row is his compelling story of the people he would meet along the way, the road trips, the hundreds of shows they would see, and the incredible photos they would take of some of the biggest names in Rock and Roll. If you are a fan of rock and roll, this could be your story too!