Rock & Roll Memoirs
It’s yucky outside. Many of us are stuck indoors (or prefer it over going out in the chilly temperatures and/or rain here in Seattle.) It’s why we have so many book stores and coffee houses! Warmth and liquid motivation. So what better way to pass the time than to read about some of your favorite rockers!
There have been quite a few new memoirs released by my favorite Jukebox Heroines. Here are the latest, plus three re-releases with extra material.
Pat Benatar – Between A Heart & A Rock Place
Belinda Carlisle – Lips Unsealed: A Memoir
Cherry Vanilla – Lick Me: How I Became Chery Vanilla
Cherie Currie – Neon Angel: A Memoir Of A Runaway
Tina Turner – I, Tina: My Life’s Story
Loretta Lynn – Loretta Lynn: Coal Miner’s Daughter
Posted on March 14, 2011, in Book Notes and tagged Belinda Carlisle, Cherie Currie, Cherry Vanilla, Gender, Loretta Lynn, Memoir, Memoirs, Music, Pat Benatar, Pop Culture, Reading, Rock Culture Books, Tina Turner, Women In Music Books, Women in the Music Industry. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Rock & Roll Memoirs.