May in music History ...


Music Speaks Louder looks at memoirs that are recommended to all.

By: Neil Peart


A fantastic read!

In the summer of 1997, Neil Peart’s teenage daughter Selena dies in a car crash. Less than a year later, his wife Jackie dies of cancer. So he gets on his motorcycle and hits the road, from Quebec to the Yukon, then down south to Mexico and Belize. He rides thousands of solitary miles, brooding over his grief, with no home to go back to, while his brothers in Rush give him the time he needs to fire up the willing engine.

By: Neil Ratner, MD


A book you cannot put down ...


Rock Doc will take you from backstage managing concerts in the early seventies to the office operating rooms of elite New York surgeons where Neil Ratner MD was a Director of Anesthesia. 

Dr. Ratner encountered many celebrities in his anesthesia practice, but one would change his life forever ...

Michael Jackson. 

Dr. Ratner became a trusted friend of Michael Jackson's

from 1994 to 2002.

memoirs by ...


Steven Tyler, Phil Collen,

Keith Richards,

Motley Crue, John Taylor,

Phil Collins & more

By: Sammy Hagar


A truly uncensored read!

RED My Uncensored Life in Rock

will bring you into Sammy Hagar's life. He is one of rock music’s most notoriously successful performers who tells his unforgettable story in this autobiography of his life alongside Eddie Van Halen to his raucous solo career and everything in between.

By: Andy Taylor


The explosive first inside account of the rise and fall of Duran Duran from the eyes of Andy Taylor. The band rose to conquer the globe with a string of unforgettable hits such as "Rio," "Hungry Like the Wolf," and more. The band performed at Live Aid in Philadelphia, at John F. Kennedy Stadium, but that historic show in 1985, at the very height of their achievement Duran Duran imploded.

By: Rudy Sarzo


Rudy tells about the crazy times while on the Blizzard of Ozz tour!

Rudy Sarzo has been a professional recording and performing bass player worldwide for over 25 years. 

Rudy Sarzo shares an insight into the beginning of Ozzy Osbourne s solo career and his relationship with Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne.

Rudy Sarzo also shares his memory of the late, great, guitar virtuoso Randy Rhoads.

This is a first-hand account of Rudy's experience on the road with Ozzy and his

Blizzard of Ozz band.

By: Nikki Sixx


This book is not for everyone.

This is a true tell-all book on the

rock & roll escapades of Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx.

In the book Sixx does so many drugs it baffles anyone reading it on how he is still alive.

It is more personal than The Dirt.

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