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Books and Publications about Aerosmith and Band Members



Aerosmith: The Ultimate Illustrated History of the Bad Boys from Boston
by Richard Bienstock
( 4 Votes )
This massive, illustrated celebration is the first of its kind to provide a front-row seat to the Boston Bad Boys’ entire career: scrapping their way cross-country in the 1970s, scrapping their way back to the top of the heap in the late 1980s... read more
  • Hardcopy: 224 pages


 


Does The Noise in My Head Bother You?
by Steven Tyler
( 7 Votes )
Does the Noise in My Head Bother You? is the rock memoir to end all rock memoirs - the straight-up, no-holds-barred life of Grammy Award-winning, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame incductee, and all around superstar legend Steven Tyler... read more
  • Paperback: 400 pages

 

 


Walk This Way: The Autobiography of Aerosmith
by Aerosmith, Stephen Davis:
( 7 Votes )

From Aerosmith's heyday in the late 1970s, which they spent "gacked to the nines" (as lead singer Steven Tyler puts it), to the Aerosmith of today--clean, sober, and adored by millions--the band has a long, hard history. Walk This Way chronicles the whole story: drugs, booze, and all.

  • Paperback: 528 pages


Aerosmith: The Fall and the Rise of Rock's Greatest Band
by Martin Huxley
( 2 Votes )

Huxley's entertaining group bio picks up the Aerosmith story after its members had already reached and for the most part conquered puberty. Readers should be thankful for this because it spares them the hyper-meaningful childhood memories and portentous events that mar many rock bios.

  • Paperback: 208 pages


Aerosmith: Fall & Rise of
by Mark Putterford
( 2 Votes )

Within five years of their explosion on to the US rock scene, Aerosmith withered and died musically, only to return successfully five years later. The author draws on numerous interviews with the band and their associates over a 12-year period to recount the fall and rise of Aerosmith.

  • Paperback: 76 pages


Aerosmith: What it Takes
by Dave Bowler and Bryan Dray
( 2 Votes )

The story behind the celebrated American rock band, legendary for their music as well as their penchant for excess. Published to coincide with a new album and 12-month world tour. There has never been a band quite like Aerosmith. From million-sellers to bargain bins and back again, they are one of the greatest survival stories in the history of rock music.

  • Hardcover: 256 pages


Dream On: Livin' on the Edge with Steven Tyler and Aerosmith
by Cyrinda Foxe-Tyler, Danny Fields
( 1 Vote )

Cyrinda Foxe was an icon of the 70's New York party scene when she met Steven Tyler - the singer of a little known band called Aerosmith. This book tells a tale of a darker side to the American rock-n-roll dream - and her own struggle to rise from the ashes.

  • Paperback: 272 pages


Aerosmith: Life in the Fast Lane
by Malcolm Dome, Carrie Meback McGovern
( 1 Vote )

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  • Paperback: 176 pages


Aerosmith: Live
by Mark Putterford
( 2 Votes )

Takes the reader on tour with Aerosmith from the early gigs right up to the Get a Grip tour, giving the reader a taste of what the band have been though during the last 20 years. A free colour poster accompanies this book.

  • Paperback: 32 pages



The Complete Guide to the Music of Aerosmith
by Martin Power
( 2 Votes )

These definitive guides to the music of history's hottest bands examine every recorded song in each artist's catalog from the start to the end of their careers. All books have 8-page color photo sections and are shaped like a CD box, designed to fit alongside your CD collection.

  • Paperback: 134 pages


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