The all new, must-read memoir by legendary Kinks guitarist Dave Davies.
Dave Davies is the co-founder and lead guitarist of epoch-defining band the Kinks, a group with 50 million record sales to their name. In his autobiography, Davies revisits the glory days of the band that spawned so much extraordinary music, and which had such a profound influence on bands from The Clash and Van Halen to Oasis and Blur.
‘This powerful tell-all from the Kinks guitarist puts the spotlight on his own bad behaviour, dalliances with the occult and his recovery from a stroke.’ – Observer
Full of tales of the tumultuous times and the ups-and-downs of his relationship with his brother Ray, along with encounters with the likes of John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix, this will be a glorious listen for Kinks fans and anyone who wants to hear about the heyday of rock ‘n’ roll.
‘Heartfelt, hilarious, revealing, insightful and astonishingly candid. Boy, you really got me Dave. I can’t wait to read it again.’ – Mark Hamill