From his early rise to fame to battles with his health, this revelatory memoir by legendary guitarist Peter Frampton celebrates the life of a rock icon.
Do You Feel Like I Do? is the incredible story of Peter Frampton's positively resilient life and career told in his own words for the first time. His monu-mental album Frampton Comes Alive!
Sympathy for the Drummer: Why Charlie Watts Matters is both a gonzo rush--capturing the bristling energy of the Rolling Stones and the times in which they lived--and a wide-eyed reflection on why the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World needed the world's greatest rock 'n' roll drummer. Across five decades, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has had the best seat in the house.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Megadeth’s iconic record, Rust in Peace, from the band’s lead vocalist and guitarist.
When Rust in Peace was released in 1990, the future of Megadeth was uncertain.
The intimate biography of the iconic DJ who was lost too soon.
Tim Bergling was a musical visionary who, through his sense for melodies, came to define the era when Swedish and European house music took over the world.
But Tim Bergling was also an introverted and fragile young man who was forced to grow up at an inhumanly fast pace.
For Cody Alan, one of country music's most famous on-air personalities and interviewers, listening to other people is a crucial part of his job. However, honing his ability to hear the person he most needed to listen to--himself--ultimately led him on a journey of self-discovery and embracing his authentic self, in addition to strengthening his family, career, and community relationships.
Contributions from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie WoodOver 1,400 photographs, featuring many rare and previously unpublished items of priceless memorabiliaForeword by Craig Kallman, Chairman and CEO of Atlantic RecordsCovers the entire history of the bandAfterword by Bill German, Editor and Publisher of the Stones' fanzine Baggars BanquetWritten by Guinness World R
Classical music was never meant to be an art for snobs
In the 1700s and 1800s, classical music was popular music. People went to concerts with their friends, they brought snacks and drinks, and cheered right in the middle of the concert.
Well, guess what? Three hundred years later, that music is just as catchy, thrilling, and emotional.
This hilarious unofficial scrapbook is a love letter to Lizzo, the queen of self-affirmation, soulful pop bangers, and, of course, the red carpet.
In the late 1970s legendary pianist Bill Evans was at the peak of his career. He revolutionized the jazz trio (bass, piano, drums) by giving each part equal emphasis in what jazz historian Ted Gioia called a “telepathic level” of interplay.
" Gillespie] is a major influence on so many people; musicians and fans alike." --Rolling Stone
“Transcendence came with a price,” Brian T. Atkinson writes in his introduction to this collection of reflections by and about pioneer psychedelic rocker Roky Erickson (1947–2019).
The Jazz Masters: Setting the Record Straight features twenty-one conversations with musicians who have had at least fifty years of professional experience, and several as many as seventy-five. In all, these voices reflect some seventeen hundred years' worth of paying dues.