Musicians seem to experience more life that regular people, with their exceptional talent, world travel, and endless groupies. That’s why we love reading about them—the good, the bad, and the rock n’ roll.
Age of BowiePaul Morley
David Bowie’s legendary legacy continues to live on after his untimely death this past January, with a definitive story by respected arts commentator and artistic advisor to the curators of the highly successful retrospective exhibition David Bowie, author Paul Morley.
I’ll Never Write My MemoirsGrace Jones
Grace Jones isn’t just a musician—she’s an icon. Her memoir takes readers on a journey from Grace’s religious upbringing in Jamaica to her heyday in Paris and New York in the ’70s and ’80s, all the way to present-day London.
Born to RunBruce Springsteen
Publishing September 2016, this memoir will be revelatory for anyone who has ever enjoyed Bruce Springsteen. It’s a book for workers and dreamers, parents and children, lovers and loners, artists, freaks, or anyone who has ever wanted to be baptized in the holy river of rock and roll.
Sounds Like MeSara Bareilles
Staying true to yourself is hard, especially in the music industry, but Sara Bareilles has mastered it with humor and confessional writing style. More than a privileged view inside the experience of a remarkable musical talent—Sounds Like Me is a moving tribute to the universal search for growth, healing, and self-acceptance.
Just KidsPatti Smith
Before she became the Godmother of Punk, Patti Smith was just some girl who came to New York in search of herself. Just Kids is an honest and moving story of youth and friendship, offering a never-before-seen glimpse into the epochal days of New York City in the late sixties and seventies.
Big FreediaBig Freedia
This is the eye-opening , energetic memoir about the “undisputed ambassador” of the New Orleans-based “Bounce movement.” Big Freedia tells the inside story of her path to fame, the peaks and valleys of her personal life, and the liberation that Bounce music brings to herself and every one of her fans who is searching for freedom.
Porcelain: A MemoirMoby
Moby wasn’t someone that people thought would “make it.” But not without drama, he found his way. As a portrait of the young artist, Porcelain is about making it, losing it, loving it, and hating it. It’s about the human condition.
The Only Pirate At The PartyLindsey Stirling
Dancing electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling shares her unconventional journey in an inspiring memoir filled with the energy, persistence, and humor that have helped her successfully pursue a passion outside the box.
True YouJanet Jackson
Even the biggest stars struggle with issues that everyone faces. In her memoir, Janet Jackson candidly reveals her very personal struggle with self-esteem, self-destruction, and feelings of fear and uncertainty, and what it took to overcome it all to shine from within.