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The Jesus and Mary Chain

by Zoe Howe St. Martin's Press (November 10, 2014)

Musically, culturally and even in terms of sheer attitude, the Jesus and Mary Chain stand alone. Their seminal debut album Psychocandy changed the course of popular music, and their iconic blend of psychotic...

One Way Out

by Alan Paul, Butch Trucks & Jaimoe St. Martin's Press (February 17, 2014)

A New York Times Best seller!

One Way Out is the powerful biography of The Allman Brothers Band, an oral history written with the band's participation and filled with original, never-before-published interviews...

Rocks Off

by Bill Janovitz St. Martin's Press (July 22, 2013)

December 3-4, 1969. Keith and Mick stood at the same microphone at Muscle Shoals, lights dimmed, splitting a fifth of bourbon, and simultaneously sang the melodies and harmonies on the three songs that they...

When Giants Walked the Earth

by Mick Wall St. Martin's Press (November 08, 2010)

The first significant fresh reporting on the legendary band in twenty years, built on interviews with all surviving band members and revealing a never-before-seen side of the genius and debauchery that defined...

Texas Flood

by Alan Paul & Andy Aledort St. Martin's Press (August 12, 2019)

An instant New York Times bestseller!

The definitive biography of guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan, with an epilogue by Jimmie Vaughan, and foreword and afterword by Double Trouble's Chris Layton and Tommy Shannon....

Siren Song

by Seymour Stein & Gareth Murphy St. Martin's Press (June 11, 2018)

The autobiography of America's greatest living record man: the founder of Sire Records and spotter of rock talent from the Ramones to Madonna.

Seymour Stein is America's greatest living record man. Not only has...

Foo Fighters

by Mick Wall St. Martin's Press (August 14, 2017)

There's a reason why Dave Grohl is known, however naively, as "the nicest man in rock." A reason why millions have bought his Foo Fighters albums and DVDs, his concert and festival tickets. A reason why generations...

Behind Sad Eyes

by Marc Shapiro St. Martin's Press (January 01, 2003)

Shrouded in a sea of mystery, the elusive George Harrison has long been the most private and enigmatic member of the Beatles. From his hard knock childhood in Liverpool to his ascendance into rock infamy, George...


by Mick Wall St. Martin's Press (February 04, 2008)

A journalist who had unprecedented access to Guns n' Roses at their peak delivers a big, brash history of the band's charismatic, fantastically talented and idiosyncratic leader--W. Axl Rose

Even in the world...

The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC

by Jesse Fink St. Martin's Press (August 04, 2014)

The Youngs: The Brothers Who Built AC/DC is unlike any AC/DC book you've read before. Less a biography, more a critical appreciation, it tells the story of the trio through 11 classic rock songs and reveals...

Carlos Santana

by Marc Shapiro St. Martin's Press (November 04, 2000)

Carlos Santana took the music world by storm back in 1969 with his thrilling performance at the Woodstock festival. He was the first guitarist to skillfully blend fiery rock riffs with Latin, blues and sensuous...

Rock Bottom

by Pamela Des Barres St. Martin's Press (September 14, 1996)

The dark moments of rock history fascinate and tantalize like the pathos of Greek tragedy. The bottom sinks lower, the air seems colder, the bad endings--when they are bad--seem beyond bad. The unlucky practitioners...

Spider from Mars

by Woody Woodmansey & Tony Visconti St. Martin's Press (January 02, 2017)

In January 2016, the unexpected death of David Bowie rocked the globe. For millions of people, he was an icon celebrated for his music, his film and theatrical roles, and his trendsetting influence on fashion...

Deal: My Three Decades of Drumming, Dreams, and Drugs with the Grateful Dead

by Bill Kreutzmann & Benjy Eisen St. Martin's Press (May 04, 2015)

The Grateful Dead are perhaps the most legendary American rock band of all time. For thirty years, beginning in the hippie scene of San Francisco in 1965, they were a musical institution, the original jam band...

Black Sabbath: Symptom of the Universe

by Mick Wall St. Martin's Press (April 13, 2015)

Decades before reality television was invented, Ozzy Osbourne was subversive and dark. Ozzy was the singer in the heavy metal band Black Sabbath, and they meant business. In an era when rock bands were measured...

No Simple Highway

by Peter Richardson St. Martin's Press (January 19, 2015)

For almost three decades, the Grateful Dead was America's most popular touring band. No Simple Highway is the first book to ask the simple question of why--and attempt to answer it. Drawing on new research,...