Walk This Way
Walk This Way: The Autobiography of Aerosmith is available in time for the Aerosmith’s 40th Anniversary. It’s the New York Times bestselling autobiography by the legendary rock group that lived by the motto “Anything worth doing was worth overdoing.” Aerosmith shook the music world out of its ’70s doldrums…and made living on the edge an art form. Walk This Way is the complete and candid story of their meteoric rise to fame, their near destruction due to drugs and excess, and their return to the stage as one of America’s greatest rock bands. Cowritten by respected rock journalist Stephen Davis, author of the seminal profile of Led Zeppelin, Hammer of the Gods, and with a new afterward from the band, this edition of the memoir to end all rock memoirs is the perfect gift for you and your favorite Aerosmith fan.
Hang on, it’s a hell of a ride!From the band that lived by the motto “Anything worth doing was worth overdoing” — Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Brad Whitford, and Joey Kramer — comes a quarter century of rock godhood: the life, the music, the truth, the hell, the lost years, and the raunchy, unsafe sex.
And, of course, the drugs.
But after crashing in a suffocating cloud of cocaine, crystal meth, and heroin, Aerosmith rose up from the ashes to become clean and sober — and reclaim their rightful title as World Champion Rockers. Learn how they did it in a book that is pure Aerosmith unbound: where they came from, what they are now, and what they will always be — a great American band.
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