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Penning an autobiography has become a rite of passage for the upper echelon of classic rock royalty as of late, with memoirs by Keith Richards (Rolling Stones), Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) and Sammy Hagar (Van Halen) all recently climbing bestseller lists. Earlier this week, the Who's Pete Townshend announced that his long-publicized autobiography -- which allegedly addresses the topic of being molested as a child -- finally has a publisher.
Sammy Hagar makes some out-of-this-world revelations with his new autobiography "Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock." Besides the usual tales of sex, drugs, and rock and roll, the singer also claims to have been contacted by aliens. Ha... Read Post
The story of the Rolling Stones has been told so many times that even Keith Richards' drug dealer published a memoir. Now comes Richards' own version of the story, "Life," which publisher Little, Brown paid him $7 million to write. ... Read Post
A few weeks ago, Sammy Hagar turned a few long-haired heads with some excerpts from his new memoir, Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock, which were none too kind to his old frenemy Eddie Van Halen. “None too kind” may be a kind way of p... Read Post