Richard Loren saw a side of the music biz that most of us can only imagine, now outlined in his latest book.
This engaging, realistic account of the music business during rock’n’roll’s first generation takes readers on a journey from rural Kentucky to New York City
A two-volume set called “Rock ‘n’ Roll Mercenaries” has been released on eBooks consisting of almost a decade of rock journalism by author Neil Daniels.
Showcasing songs by nearly 500 artists in all rock genres, this book goes behind the scenes to uncover the fascinating story of each hit. And now save 27% on it!
Rock ‘n’ roll scribe Dave Thompson picks 1000 songs that rocked the world in a very entertaining way
his book, a joint production between Elvis Presley Enterprises and the Memphis daily The Commercial Appeal, celebrates the King and the city he loved
This book is less a history and more a historical perspective on why both of these bands remain important.
Though there are some meandering excursions, the real treat comes in the quirky details of this well-illustrated book.
Author Robert Rodriguez tackles the first decade of the Beatles’ solo years. Fresh but faulty.
This sumptuously illustrated book tells Jett’s story in her own words.