You’ll learn that he played a lot of shows and met many interesting people, but if he has any dreams, disappointments, or insights, he doesn’t mention them., a 1985 best-seller that set the standard for documenting the debauched lives of rock stars. So sure, I’d like to write my story, but it would come out posthumously.
That way, I can tell exactly what went on, without any lawyers coming at me.
She Made Certain Her Biggest Influence Got a Proper Tribute One of Joplin’s biggest influences was blues singer Bessie Smith, who’s been hailed as ‘The Empress of the Blues.’ In 1937 Smith died from severe injuries due to a car accident and sadly was buried in an unmarked grave, where she remained until August 1970.
The film, based on her autobiography “Neon Angel,” opens wide March 19.
Currie is also preparing a new version of “Neon Angel” that comes out March 17.
From Chuck Berry to David Bowie, there’s hardly been a rock icon in history that hasn’t been seen through the lens of Bob Gruen.
The born-and- bred New Yorker is showing some of his iconic photos at this year’s Art New York at Pier 94 May 3-7 (50 percent of his sales will benefit the Perry J. Here’s what the 71-year-old Greenwich Village resident tells HARDEEP PHULL about his ideal New York City weekend.
If you’re curious about the inner life of Jimmy Page, guitarist, producer, rock god, and mastermind of Led Zeppelin for 12 extraordinary years, you’ll come away from his new autobiography none the wiser.