You Fascinate Me So takes readers into the world and work of Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winning composer/performer Cy Coleman, exploring his days as a child prodigy in the 1930s, his time as a hot jazz pianist and early television celebrity in the 1950s, and his life as one of Broadway's preeminent composers
Grammy Award winning Wilco rose from the ashes of one of the most respected alt-country groups of the 1990s, Uncle Tupelo, to emerge as a celebrated act in their own right. Led by frontman Jeff Tweedy, Wilco have evolved from a country-rock band into an eclectic indie-rock collective.
This biography tells how Jessica Ellen Cornish from Ilford in north east London overcame being 'not really that good at anything' to reinvent herself as Jessie J and record one of the biggest selling albums of 2011.
A revealing portrait of the rock icon that will be a must-have for his legions of fans. In this new biography, he interviews a whole new group of family, friends, and collaborators to shed light on this fascinating star.
The Who defined a generation and rocked the world. "My Generation," "Pinball Wizard," and "Baba O'Riley" are some of the most well known tracks in rock history. The rock opera Tommy, the genre-defining Live at Leeds, and the classic Quadrophenia are just some of The Who's albums.
Steve Winwood was successively lead vocalist and multi-instrumentalist with the chart-topping Spencer Davis Group, the more experimental Traffic, and the short-lived Blind Faith. He then embarked on a successful career as a solo performer, session musician and regular collaborator with his peers. This is the first biography for nearly 30 years.