Memoirs of A Rock and Roll RefugeeBook - 2004
Holocaust survivor, trailblazing perfomer, pioneer producer, and hell-raising iconoclast, Genya Ravan takes readers on an unforgettable ride through a 40-year career in music. From the highs of being the lead singer in Goldie & the Gingerbreads, the first self-contained all-female band; touring Europe with the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, and the Hollies; and working as the first female producer hired by a major record label, to the lows of harrowing recoveries from alcoholism, drug addiction, and cancer, Genya Ravan lived the rock and roll lifestyle to the hilt, barely surviving to tell the tale. Brutally honest, hysterically funny, and ultimately inspirational, Ravan tells her story as only she could.
Publisher: New York : Billboard Books, c2004
Branch Call Number: ML420.R287 A3 2004
Characteristics: 304 p. : ill. ; 24 cm