By Mark Wilkerson
Acclaimed as 'a compelling and readable account of the life of the man who wrote 'hope I die before I get old', Mark Wilkerson's detailed account of the life of Pete Townshend became an instant classic rock biography.
This edition has been expanded to include a new interview with Townshend himself as well as some revealing contributions from members of his family and Who insiders.
Having now reached his sixties, Townshend has battled drug and alcohol addiction while becoming one of rock's most eloquent and intelligent spokesmen.
Ventures as a solo artist, Internet pioneer, literary editor and short story writer have vied with one another while his well-publicised public rows with Who singer Roger Daltrey have become the stuff of legend...
Meanwhile this new edition of a distinguished biography reminds us of the excitement Pete Townshend generated and brings his story right up to date with many fascinating stops on the way.
Publication Date: 10.01.2008
Extent: 682 pages
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