Bad Religion turn 40 this year and will celebrate with the release of an autobiography entitled Do What You Want: The Story Of Bad Religion.
Morrissey’s smash Autobiography, which is selling beyond expectations in the U.K., will be making its way to the U.S. on December 3 via Penguin Random House.
Who knows what the original reason was for the Thursday post on the True to You site, Morrissey’s main career mouthpiece, but there appears to be a bit of scrambling being done over the wording.
The Autobiography of Morrissey is no longer going to be released.
Who guitarist Pete Townshend will release his long-awaited biography in October.
Electro agitator M.I.A. tweets to fans about her fourth album, a doco, an autobiography and an art exhibit.
An excerpt from Johnny Ramone’s autobiography discusses his anger issues, their signature look, rejecting drugs and more.
Gil Scott-Heron’s autobiography will see a release this January, eight months after he passed away.
Courtney Love has scored a book deal to write a “tell-all” memoir to “set the record straight”.
Loveable country lass Kasey Chambers not only has a new album in the works, but also a revealing memoir.
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