One of my other great loves of life, and I have several, is music. I can listen to anything and everything all day and just really lose myself to the words, melodies and beats. Some of my all-time favorite artists (past and present) have made me happier this year by sharing even more of themselves by writing memoirs. I'm telling you, I'm going to devour them this winter once the kiddos are off to bed!
Here are some of the most fascinating and charismatic people that have recently published their stories of starting out with some gossipy tidbits that happened along their journeys.
Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink: Elvis Costello's epic read is as authentic and genuine as his music. His intellect and compassion continue to shine through each page. And there's Unfaithful Music & Soundtrack Album for music to accompany the read.
Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl: Whether you are a fan or not, this is a must-read. Carrie Brownstein, of Sleater-Kinney and Portlandia, writes with raw passion about the journey and struggle for her as a musician, a female musician and a pusher of forward-thinking ideas that many will identify with.
All of these new musician memoirs have opened up a whole new reading avenue for me to travel down. I can't wait to see what 2016 brings!