A quick look at some recent books about Zapple Records, electronic dance music, Willie Nelson, Brian Jones, and Bruce Springsteen.
A new photo book is a lot cooler than you’d expect it to be.
A new collection of photos, flyers, clippings, and memorabilia.
A collection of the good doctor’s photographs.
GLONO UK digs American rockabilly.
Stephen Macaulay checks out the new book by Brian Raftery, Don’t Stop Believin’: How Karaoke Conquered the World and Changed My Life.
What’s the difference between a B movie aficionado and a rabid music freak? Not much.
The subtitle of He Is. . .I Say: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Neil Diamond might seem somewhat ironic, but there is so much schmaltzy prose going on that it is clear that the author never stopped loving Neil Diamond.
According to Rolling Stone, Charles R. Cross was granted unprecedented access to Kurt Cobain‘s archives for a new book, Cobain Unseen, out now. “It was like a James Bond movie,” Cross says of the high-tech Seattle bunker. “But once you got past security, all his possessions were just in boxes.” With these artifacts, put into … Continue reading The (formerly) Private Life of Kurt Cobain
Last year, shortly after her 16-year-old daughter got knocked up, Lynne Spears lost her book deal. Well, it looks like the deal is back on, since Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World is due next week from Christian publisher Thomas Nelson. Originally titled Pop Culture Mom: A … Continue reading Britney's Mom's Book Deal Back On