Legendary Rock Manager HARVEY LISBERG Book Signing November 11 Barnes & Noble Palm Desert

Harvey Lisberg, the legendary music manager who shaped the careers of some of the biggest names in the industry, has penned his memoir, “I’m Into Something Good,” a captivating journey through the golden era of music. He’ll be having a book signing on November 11 at Barnes & Noble in Palm Desert, California.

The book delves into Lisberg’s unparalleled experiences and behind-the-scenes stories that defined an era. As the mastermind behind the success of iconic artists like Herman’s Hermits and 10cc, Lisberg’s book offers a unique perspective on the rise of British Invasion bands and their impact on global music culture. Revealing the trials, triumphs, and secrets of his illustrious career, “I’m Into Something Good” is a 2023 must-read for music enthusiasts and aspiring managers alike, providing a glimpse into the extraordinary life of one of the most influential figures in the music industry.

When 22-year-old accountant Harvey Lisberg heard the Beatles’ ‘Please Please Me’, he had an epiphany: he could be Manchester’s answer to Brian Epstein. He had a musical ear, a knack for numbers and a gambler’s instinct for taking a punt. Within a year he had taken local group, Herman’s Hermits, to number one with ‘I’m Into Something Good’.

Soon, Hermania was a global phenomenon. Harvey had found his vocation. In this uproarious, frank and moving autobiography, he reveals the excesses of life on the road with Herman’s Hermits; the frustration of championing unknowns Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber; the highs and lows of managing the brilliant 10cc; the utter madness of looking after snooker bad boys Alex ‘Hurricane’ Higgins and Jimmy ‘Whirlwind’ White and much, much more. Many other artists benefitted from Harvey’s guidance during this time, including Tony Christie, Barclay James Harvest, Sad Café and the Chameleons.

“I’m Into Something Good “is his account of a life that started in Salford and ended up in Palm Springs; a life in which he travelled the world, met heroes and villains, fulfilled his dreams, spent a fortune on good living, family and friends, and never took himself or his achievements too seriously.