Acclaimed author, vocalist, and pilot Judy Whitmore takes us around some of her favourite New York food haunts.
Life as a rockstar isn’t always private planes and expensive hotels as we found out when we spoke to former Kyshera frontman James Kennedy, a man who has exprienced the darker side of rock stardom.
The debut photo book by Toronto photojournalist, Sean DeCory hones in on the chaos and tumult of punk in…
George Pelecanos has established himself as one of the premiere voices in modern American crime fiction since he released…
With the recent release of Grace: Based on the Jeff Buckley Story, author Tiffanie DeBartolo has taken it upon herself to champion the late singer Jeff Buckley with a tender focus on the root of his artistry in a beautiful story. We spoke to DeBartolo about the book and the process behind it.
We spoke with Impact World Champion and “Food Fight” Author Austin Aries about music, veganism, and much more.
America 51 is rude, crude and definitely not politically correct, (which I actually applaud) but no matter where you stand on the issues, most will find this a pretty good read.
By: Kat Harlton Penguin Books http://jkentmessum.com/ Husk is the latest offering from award winning author J. Kent Messum, a…
If there’s one band that has never been lured by the temptations of mainstream commercialism or false musical trends, look no further than Darkthrone.
After publishing more than 7,000 album reviews and 40 Rock/Metal-related books, Martin Popoff can easily be considered one of genre’s ultimate writers. The Toronto-based author has also professed on many occasions his love for the visual imagery used in Metal and Rock music. In fact, he’s already written several books about the subject, including “Run For Cover”, a look into Iron Maiden’s iconic illustrator Derek Riggs and “Worlds Away”, a book centered on the visuals created by Voivod’s drummer Michell “Away” Langevin.
Since leaving Korn in 2005, Brian “Head” Welch has stayed extremely busy. Besides releasing records and touring the globe he is also an accomplished writer, a professional speaker, a philanthropist and most importantly, a real father to his daughter. Many thought he was insane to leave the multi-platinum selling band Korn to pursue his Christian based solo career, but more than six years later he’s once again incredibly successful. Welch is highly passionate about helping…
The man, the cook, the author! Bruce Moore has written for PureGrainAudio for years now, conducting interviews and reviewing albums for all you music fans. Now he’s taken it upon himself to create his own book about music… with a twist. By adding a dash of cooking he has created a rockin’ cook book chock full of sizzling recipes.
I recently had the pleasure of sitting to speak with Jeremy Wagner, author of a new book called, The Armageddon Chord. Melding science fiction, horror, religion and heavy metal, Wagner has created a story that revolves around the discovery of an ancient Egyptian song written in Hieroglyphics that if played in its entirety will unleash Hell on earth, ushering in Armageddon. As I mentioned in an earlier review, this is a real page turner that builds to an unbelievable climax.
Bruce Moore, author of the musical cook book “For Those About To Cook” took some time out of his day to answer a few questions for PureGrainAudio. He has given us a sample taste of what to expect when reading his book. With what he tells PGA he left our mouths drooling for more so make sure you order a copy of his book online. If you are one of the first 500 people who pre-order a copy, your name will be printed in the book, now that is a sweet deal.