❉ Brian ‘Limmy’ Limond’s memoir is an extraordinary, raw read, writes Andy Murray.
❉ This is the book that bares all about one man’s colourful life of sex and drugs and men and movies in London from the swinging 60s to current day.
❉ 50 years ago today, we said ‘ta-ra’ to Mrs Peel and hello to Tara King. Michael Seely looks back on this historic handover.
❉ We chat with the ertswhile drummer for The Small Faces, Faces and The Who, whose autobiography, Let the Good Times Roll, is out 31st May.
❉ A poignant memoir by the much-loved and much-missed singer and songwriter, who passed away in February 2016.
❉ Simon Wolstencroft’s memoirs are a Who’s Who of the Manchester indie scene and the stuff Rock n Roll dreams are made of.
❉ Unbound have launched the autobiography of the man with the most iconic fringe in rock.
❉ A fascinating look at life inside the film and television industry for enthusiasts of classic film and TV.
❉ It’s A Dodgers Life, the posthumous autobiography of actor Jack Wild, is out now.
❉ Musician Lol Tolhurst’s memoir charts the creation of The Cure, and his descent into alcohol and substance abuse.