“Lead Sister”: Karen Carpenter’s Life In Music
Karen Carpenter’s passion for the drums is often overlooked due to her singularly beautiful voice. A new book explores her complicated life.
“MusicQuake”: Music’s Most Disruptive Moments
If you had to pick the game-changing moments in rock/pop music, could you do it? “MusicQuakes” is a new book that pins down 50 of ’em.
“Runaway”: What It Means to Be A Girl
Erin Keane’s new book does a deep dive into notions of girlhood and victimhood through the eyes of her mother’s own child-bride story.
“In Your Mind”: A Deeper Look at Yoko Ono
Yoko Ono has always been somewhat controversial. A new book looks at her life and art in a fresh new way – and provides new context.
“George Harrison In the 70s”: His Decade of Change
A new book explores George Harrison’s evolution over the ten years after the Beatles. There were hits (and misses), but it was all George.