If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to start your own band, or to listen to more music, then you might want to start by reading a rock and roll novel.
The Exes is about an up-and-coming underground Boston band comprised of people who used to date each other.
Bill Flanagan, music journalist and current executive vice president of MTV, reveals the ins and outs of the recording industry in A&R.
Nick Hornby's first novel, High Fidelity is about a music junkie, record collector, and owner of London record store who experiences a self-discovery.
Lewis Shiner's Say Goodbye: The Laurie Moss Story tells the story of the rise and fall of Laurie Moss, a singer-songwriter who almost makes it.
Jesse Melungeon, is a 20-year-old bassist for a bar cover band in Anything Goes.
Reservation Blues is Sherman Alexie's brilliant novel that brings to life band members and their on-the-road experiences.