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Ian Gillan


For an unfiltered literary account of all-out rock ‘n roll debauchery, it’s hard to beat Motley Crue’s salacious tell-all “The Dirt.” Ian Gillan’s new autobiography Highway Star (Lesser Gods) doesn’t quite … Read more

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Prince: A Private View

  When Prince passed away on April 21, 2016, it was a communal suckerpunch felt around the world. Fans were left reeling at the loss, mourning the man, the music, … Read more

Art Garfunkel

Perhaps instead of “The Singer,” vocal legend Art Garfunkel should be henceforth known as “The Wordsmith.” Garfunkel is clearly enamored with and by words, and in his unorthodox new semi-memoir, … Read more

Joni: The Anthology

Imagine Joni Mitchell, age 9, smoking cigarettes and listening to Claude Debussy records at her Saskatchewan home. Though this prairie girl was pigeonholed into the realm of folk as she … Read more

Lyrics as Poetry Vol. 1

We all need inspiration when our muse is silent and sometimes all it takes a little spark from an outside source to fire up our muse again. Lyrics as Poetry is … Read more

Mick Wall

As an internationally famous group with a career spanning 20-plus years, Foo Fighters are prime candidates for the rock bio treatment. However, if you’re a fan of Foo Fighters the … Read more

I Am The Blues DVD

I Am the Blues takes you through a journey of the Delta, giving you a taste of yesteryear. Your tour guide is none other than Ambassador of the Blues, Bobby … Read more

A Perfectly Good Guitar, by Chuck Holley

This is a book of remarkable stories as told by a wide range of artists about their guitars (Roseanne Cash, Marty Stuart, Jorma Kaukonen, Bill Frisell, Waddy Wachtel, Cindy Cashdollar, GE … Read more

Change of Seasons, A Memoir

St. Martin’s Press One-half of the mega-hit duo Hall & Oates, John Oates states at the outset that he hasn’t written the Hall and Oates story, but the John Oates story, a … Read more