Prefaced with the now familiar rock-star "intervention," when Steven Tyler's loved ones cornered him in his manager's office in 1986, the autobiography traces Aerosmith's twisted road, from their New Hampshire roots to their success in Boston to the worldwide fame that they long craved and currently enjoy. Tyler kicks off this rock & roll exposé, briefly recounting the history of his ancestors in Italy and sharing incidents from his own Northeast childhood. The book is written in interview style, with all five band members talking candidly about the good times--and the bad. We also hear from girlfriends, wives, friends, and various hangers-on.
The story of Aerosmith and their constant ups, downs, and detours never fails to grab you and force you to read another page--if only to see what train wreck awaits around the next corner. Walk This Way is a must-read for devoted fans of Aerosmith as well as anybody who wants to live the full-on '70s rock-star life--without having to go through rehab. --Paul DeBruler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Terrific reading. Just insane, actually. This book and PLEASE KILL ME are my favourite rock books.Published 1 month ago by LuDurigan
Quick service and delivery. Book came in exactly the condition described. the book itself is a great read that is hard to put down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by goodguyfrom Ohio
I had this book n it got ruined. I call it the bible of Aerosmith....Published 3 months ago by Vickie
The boys from Boston spill the beans in this one.Could not put it down.Published 3 months ago by prettyvacant123
If you don't have it already, this and Joe Perry's books are the one you MUST have.Published 5 months ago by Paola Machin