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The Taste of Cigarettes

by Jon Vreeland

After three decades of living in the sandy beach suburbs of Huntington Beach, Jon Vreeland’s heroin addiction has finally destroyed his once promising music career, and estranged himself from his wife and...

Keeping Doo Wop Alive

by John Cheatdom & Yvonne Rose

Keeping Doo Wop Alive: One Man's Story of Strength, Stamina & Survival as an International Entertainer

There are many stories to be told about many great artists in the music business. Keeping Doo-Wop Alive tells...

The Despair of Monkeys and Other Trifles

by Françoise Hardy & Jon E. Graham

  • First English translation of French chanteuse and cultural icon Françoise Hardy's compelling autobiography
  • Hardy has a devoted worldwide fanbase
  • Hardy pioneered 1960's Yé Yé Girls — a music phenomenon that...

  • Charley Patton

    by Robert Sacre & William Ferris

    Contributions by Luther Allison, John Broven, Daniel Droixhe, David Evans, William Ferris, Jim O'Neal, Mike Rowe, Robert Sacré, Arnold Shaw, and Dick Shurman

    Fifty years after Charley Patton's death in 1934,...


    by Billy Ritchie

    CLOUDS are now acknowledged as having a major influence on what became of music in the 1970s. Yet the band disappeared without trace in history, only to surface decades later, in circumstances that Mojo Magazine...

    Don't Stop Believin'

    by Jonathan Cain

    From One of the Greatest Bands in History Comes a Reminder to Never Give Up Hope. In this long-awaited memoir, complete with color photographs, songwriter and keyboardist Jonathan Cain takes us on an odyssey...

    Possessed by Music

    by John Tail

    Possessed by Music is the fascinating story of the Russian composer Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov (1865-1936). He was born into a wealthy publishing family, with very musical parents: his mother was a fine...

    To Play Again

    by Carol Rosenberger

    At age twenty-one, while she was working with the legendary Nadia Boulanger in France, concert pianist Carol Rosenberger was stricken with paralytic polio—a condition that knocked out the very muscles she...

    Let Your Love Flow

    by David Bellamy, Howard Bellamy & Michael Kosser



    This book is about two Florida cowboys who journeyed from country poverty to worldwide musical stardom because they had the...


    by Stephen John Hartley

    Stephen John Hartley left school having failed all his exams - he didn't care. He had better things to do. He was guitarist in iconic UK punk band NOTSENSIBLES - they recorded four singles, an album and a John...

    Famous People Who've Met Me

    by Owen Husney

    “Famous People Who’ve Met Me” is an outrageous collection of true stories starring oddball characters, behind the scenes gurus, scoundrels, and brilliant superstars in the music business straight out of...

    Me, Kniest & Understanding

    by Fiona Porch

    Fiona Porch is passionate about helping others to leap their hurdles and pursue their goals. By sharing her unique life story, she hopes her message will provide understanding and become a boon for all those...


    by James Alexander

    THE LEGEND OF CLOUDS follows the fortunes and failings of a late 60s Rock group, through the highs and lows of the music business ........... This book is based on true events......... all persons appearing...

    The Jazz Pilgrimage of Gerald Wilson

    by Steven Loza & Anthony Wilson

    Jazz great Gerald Wilson (1918-2014), born in Shelby, Mississippi, left a global legacy of paramount significance through his progressive musical ideas and his orchestra's consistent influence on international...


    by Don Hamilton

    THE MUSICIAN is an autobiography of an 86 year old Jazz  musician who wanted to go to some big city like New York or Chicago to become a "star",ater he graduated from college, however he decided to become...

    The Real Eminem (Behind The Music Tales, #5)

    by Harris Rosen

    The only book to feature 10 exclusive links to original 1999 Eminem interview audio, 5 exclusive links to original 2001 D12 interview audio, and 17 links to rare songs, unreleased freestyles, diss tracks, and...

    The Real Diddy

    by Harris Rosen

    The Real Diddy unveils a core understanding of who Sean Combs is as a man, father, celebrity, artist, producer, entrepreneur and visionary. These crucial reflections symbolize the turning point of Sean...

    The Blue Sky Boys

    by Dick Spottswood

    During the 1940s, country music was rapidly evolving from traditional songs and string band styles to honky-tonk, western swing, and bluegrass, via radio, records, and film. The Blue Sky Boys, brothers Bill...

    Music Business: It's A Dirty Game!

    by Tiwanda Lovelace

    Although many have protected themselves in every way, many artist, writers and producers have been denied the opportunity to even pursue their claims and are forced to fight for their rights. This book uses...

    Music, Murder and Mayhem - A True Story!

    by Tiwanda 'Ne Ne' Lovelace & Tiwanda Lovelace

    An un-cut non-fiction description of how some music industry personnel murders its artist and writers quietly behind the scenes. People assume that artist just sign bad deals that allow producers or managers...