Brett Rohlwing

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The Blues Brothers: An Epic Friendship, the Rise of Improv, and the Making of an American Film Classic

Will be popular with fans of pop culture and aficionados of film and TV history, as it not only covers the creation of The Blues Brothers abut also serves as a dual biography of Aykroyd and Belushi.
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My Effin’ Life

Lee makes a true personal connection with readers in this compulsively readable memoir.

Livin’ Just To Find Emotion: Journey and the Story of American Rock

Readers don’t have to be Journey fans to appreciate this cerebral approach to a biography about the band. For casual readers and scholars alike.
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Fingers Crossed: How Music Saved Me from Success

A must-read rock memoir in a genre where too few women’s voices are heard.
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The Doors Unhinged: Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes on Trial

Music-fan readers are given a true warts-and-all look inside a legendary band and their shortcomings.
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Sonic Life

Moore’s compelling (if lengthy) memoir covers an era in rock music that is just beginning to get its due.
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Silhouettes and Shadows: The Secret History of David Bowie’s Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)

This book is fascinating, but its density may be more suitable for academically-inclined music readers.
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Feel My Big Guitar: Prince and the Sound He Helped Create

Prince fans and others interested in popular music will find much to love and ponder in this engaging collection.
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Into the Void: From Birth to Black Sabbath—and Beyond

Metalhead library users will enjoy this addition to rock star memoirs.
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