In this frank and funny book, Zoe Street Howe breaks the glitzy surface of a media obsession and seeks the reality from the horses' mouths.
Whether you rejoice or seethe at the mention of Peaches, Jade or Jack or if you are born of rock heritage yourself and are considering changing your name and moving to Mongolia, this book may make you see things a little differently.
Zoe Street Howe speaks to Ian Dury's son Baxter, Dylan Howe (Steve Howe), Julian Lennon, Calico Cooper (Alice Cooper), Jazz Domino Holly (Joe Strummer), Natascha Elinore (Jack Bruce), Aaron Horn (Trevor Horn) and many other children of iconic figures in the music industry in this revealing slice of rock 'n' roll literature.
About the Author
Zoe Street Howe is a freelance music writer and author of the acclaimed biography Typical Girls : The Story of The Slits. Her work has appeared on BBC Music, The Quietus, 4Music, NME/NME.com, Fly and Contemporary Magazine and in the urban short story anthology Hyperkinetic. She also broadcasts her own alternative music show, Paranoimia, across Europe, and is an experimental musician, having worked with Viv Albertine, Steve Beresford, Mick Jones and Yumi Hara amongst others.
...humorous and interesting... - Star Magazine
|The N word||p. 1|
|The Power Of Reflected Glory||p. 19|
|Growing up||p. 33|
|On The Road, In The Studio, In The Blood||p. 71|
|The Influence Of Others|
|The Bright Side||p. 147|
|'I can't look'||p. 177|
|Following In The Footsteps||p. 193|
|Emerging From 'The Shadow'||p. 209|
|'So How's Your Dad?'||p. 223|
|Who's Who? ...And What They Do||p. 239|
|Bibliography, Sources||p. 255|
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Number Of Pages: 257
Published: 1st October 2010
Publisher: Omnibus Press
Dimensions (cm): 23.3 x 15.4 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1