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READ [EBOOK] Disgraceland: Musicians Getting Away with Murder

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Behaving Very Badly (Epub Kindle)

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Disgraceland:

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Away with Murder

and Behaving Very

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'Through his gritty and powerful stories, Brennan breathes new life

into the music and musicians we've known all our lives.'―Aaron Mahnke,

author and creator ofLore'Jake Brennan is writing from a crossroads- the

junction of music and crime. One road leads to the Elysian Fields, the

other, to the Underworld. Some of these magicians have been down

both.'―T Bone Burnett, Oscar and Grammy winning musician and producer

'Mix the true crime mythology of rock 'n' roll with a dash of

transgressive fiction, then add 10 cc of adrenaline and twice that in

anabolic steroids. Employing due caution, enter Jake Brennan's brain as

translated in Disgraceland to observe the dark results--Elvis locked in

unholy union with the parasitic Colonel Tom Parker, why Jerry Lee Lewis

was called the Killer, Altamont. Axl Rose. Chuck Berry. And, of course,

the truly twisted Phil Spector. It all works brilliantly because Jake

genuinely loves rock 'n' roll just as much as he enjoys indulging his

imagination and wickedly stylish sense of humor.'―Dennis McNally,

author ofA Long Strange Trip: The Inside History of the Grateful Dead

'Following on from the addictive podcast, this book is an absolute

treasure trove of fascinating fun facts, salacious gossip, hilarious

anecdotes and sober reflections on the darker corners of human behavior

and art. I devoured it, and it left me wanting more.' ―

Frank Turner, Singer-songwriter and musician

'This gossipy account is sure to fascinate music fans and true crime

lovers.'―Publisher's Weekly'This book is a real page turner.'―Forbes

'Brennan has carved himself a fascinating niche, telling engaging,

bloody, and occasionally uproarious stories of true crime from the

annals of rock 'n roll. There's no shortage of epic material, and

Brennan is a skilled storyteller.'―Crimereads'A fantastic retelling of

their stories based on facts injected with the author's stylized

interpretation. Readers open to a bit of fact-based fiction about the

bad behaviour of pop-music iconswill enjoy the book.'―Winnipeg Free

Press Jake Brennan is a Boston based musician who launched,

Disgraceland, 'a rock 'n' roll true crime podcast' in February 2018 to

great acclaim. Jake grew up in music. He saw the Ramones play live when

he was ten years old and began recording and touring at a young age,

first with his band Cast Iron Hike and then with his bands the

Confidence Men and Bodega Girls. His songs have been featured in film

and television, however Jake thinks his coolest musical accomplishment


was opening for Fugazi 'back in the day.' He lives in North Boston with

his wife and two sons.

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