Books tagged: Biography: Arts & Entertainment

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Accepted

Foreword by Vincent K. McMahon
With Bertrand Hebert

 

“Pat is one of the greatest mentors I’ve ever had in the world of sports-entertainment. ” — Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

When Pat Patterson was 17 years old, he was asked to leave his home after telling his parents he was in love . . . with a man. Moving from Montreal ... Read more

An American Demon

By Jack Grisham

 

An American Demon is Jack Grisham’s story of depravity and redemption, terror and spiritual deliverance. While Grisham is best known as the raucous and provocative front man of the pioneer hardcore punk band TSOL (True Sounds of Liberty), his writing and true life experiences ... Read more

Anthem: Rush in the ’70s

By Martin Popoff

 

Part one of the definitive biography of Rock ’n’ Roll’s kings of the North … now in paperback!

Includes two full-color photo inserts, with 16 pages of the early days of the band on tour and in the studio.

With extensive, firsthand reflections from Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, ... Read more

Contents Under Pressure

By Martin Popoff

 

Contents Under Pressure: 30 Years of Rush at Home & Away is a detailed history of the exhaustive road experience of Canadian rock icons Rush. Celebrating the band’s 30th anniversary, By-Tour features in-depth original interviews with Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart. ... Read more

Driven: Rush in the ’90s and “In the End”

By Martin Popoff

 

The conclusion to the definitive biography of the rock ’n’ roll kings of the North.

Includes two full-colour photo inserts, with unearthed photos of the band.

“Popoff’s long-time access to the three band members, Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart, and their associates ... Read more

Final Table

By Jonathan Duhamel
Translated by Christina Palassio

 

A poker champ shares the story behind his biggest win

What makes a World Series of Poker Main Event champion? Is it knowledge of math or psychology? Is it the ability to determine other players’ hands?

In Jonathan Duhamel’s Final Table, discover what it takes to win $8. ... Read more

Hallo Spaceboy

By Dave Thompson

 

By 1987, David Bowie was at a creative, critical, and commercial low. His most recent album was dismissed by the music press, his latest tour written off as a disaster. Fifteen years after becoming the most colourfully controversial superstar in recent rock history, Bowie ... Read more

Heart

By Jake Brown

 

With more Top 10 hits than any other female-fronted music group in history, beginning with such ’70s classics as “Crazy on You,” “Barracuda,” “Magic Man,” and “Straight On,” Rolling Stone hailed Heart’s “sister team of Nancy and Ann Wilson. . . [for] shrewdly ... Read more