"Rat Girl", by Kristin Hersh - the Throwing Muses singer on her tendency to be hijacked by song. Fascinating formative days recount of an unconventional artist finding her voice.

All about Rat Girl: A Memoir by Kristin Hersh. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

"Nirvana: the True Story", by Everett True  - An honest, moving, incisive, and heartfelt re-evaluation of a band that has been misrepresented time and time again since its tragic demise in April 1994 following Kurt Cobain’s suicide.

"Nirvana: the True Story", by Everett True - An honest, moving, incisive, and heartfelt re-evaluation of a band that has been misrepresented time and time again since its tragic demise in April 1994 following Kurt Cobain’s suicide.

"Rock Stars Stole My Life!", by Mark Ellen - the memoir of the man who has held the best jobs in the world (from writing for "Smash Hits" and hosting "The Old Grey Whistle Test", to presenting "Live Aid" and drinking champagne with Rihanna) tells all in this sidesplitting memoir you'll want to sing along to.

Rock Stars Stole my Life!: A Big Bad Love Affair with Music

"When Ziggy played guitar : David Bowie and four minutes that shook the world", by Dylan Jones. - is  about   the performance that turned Bowie into a star, embedding his Ziggy Stardust persona into the nation's consciousness. With a flame-orange cockade quiff, lavishly applied make-up, white nail polish, and wearing a multi-coloured jump-suit, and carrying a new blue acoustic guitar, a bone-thin Bowie appeared not so much as a pop singer, but rather as some sort of benevolent alien.

"When Ziggy played guitar : David Bowie and four minutes that shook the world", by Dylan Jones. - is about the performance that turned Bowie into a star, embedding his Ziggy Stardust persona into the nation's consciousness. With a flame-orange cockade quiff, lavishly applied make-up, white nail polish, and wearing a multi-coloured jump-suit, and carrying a new blue acoustic guitar, a bone-thin Bowie appeared not so much as a pop singer, but rather as some sort of benevolent alien.

"Cobain: Montage of Heck", by Brett Morgen with Richard Bienstock; original illustrations by Hisko Hulsing and Stefan Nadelman.  This riveting book accompanies Morgen’s intimate documentary of the same name, delving further into the material created for the film, presenting an illuminating portrait of the Nirvana frontman that captures the contradictions that made up his character. It's hard to imagine the lens being pulled any closer than this.

Kurt cobain montage of heck stream. Montage of heck is as the title suggests and is taken from. Frühjahr 2015 kam mit montage of heck eine außergewöhnliche.

"The Art of Asking", by Amanda Palmer - radical artistic/life manifesto on getting what's yours your way.

Great book--especially the audio book with Amanda reading, singing and playing music--for writers and other artists. "Just take the donut!" Amanda Palmer on the Art of Asking and What Thoreau Teaches Us about Accepting Love

"M Train" - by Patti Smith - From the National Book Award–winning author of "Just Kids", comes an unforgettable odyssey of a legendary artist, told through the prism of the cafés and haunts she has worked in around the world. It is a book Patti Smith has described as “a roadmap to my life”.

From the National Book Award winning author of "Just Kids" an unforgettable odyssey of a legendary artist, told through the prism of the cafes and haunts she has worked in around the world. It is a book Patti Smith has described as a roadmap to my life


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