Ginger Alden’s memoir is clearly meant to be a tribute to Elvis, whom she says she cared for deeply. But it ends up being a highly disturbing portrait of a man who comes across like a spoiled child.
Anyone who wants a complete record of the events that took place June 16-18, 1967, at the Monterey County Fairgrounds in California will want to pick up this book.
This is the first biography of Pink Floyd founder Roger “Syd” Barrett that has the cooperation of his family, which alone makes it essential for Floyd fans.
his book, a joint production between Elvis Presley Enterprises and the Memphis daily The Commercial Appeal, celebrates the King and the city he loved
In his most recent book, Ken Sharp interviewed more than 40 insiders on the making of John Lennon’s last musical statement: the wonderful “Double Fantasy” album
Taking a bold stand in the never-ending debate over which Beatle was more talented, author John Cherry puts his money on Paul.