By: Catherine Mitchell
What can be more interesting than a behind the scenes, personal insight into the life of esteemed rocker Lou Gramm? Not much, and on May 1 his autobiography, Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades In Rock ‘N’ Roll, hits the shelves courtesy of Triumph Books.
Lead singer and songwriter for the group Foreigner, Gramm recounts his five decades, highs and lows, as a Rock and Roll artist.
Teaming-up with bestselling author and nationally honored columnist, Scott Pitoniak, the book chronicles Gramm’s humble beginnings in Rochester N.Y., his rise to fame and subsequent falling out with Foreigner, and also touches on his personal demons and life changing brain surgery.
Triumph Books’ official website states of the autobiography: “Gramm takes the reader behind the scenes—into the recording studio, back stage, on the bus trips and beyond—to give an insider’s look into the life of the man Rolling Stone magazine referred to as “the Pavarotti of rock.””
For more about Juke Box Hero: My Five Decades In Rock ‘N’ Roll, and to find out how to order your own copy, head to TriumphBooks.com.