Fornication: The Red Hot Chili Peppers Story
How can a band that started as a joke become one of music's most unstoppable forces? These sonic soulmates have endured death, addictions, an unstable line-up, and have still managed to produce some of the most vital rock and roll of the past three decades. Fornication, the best-selling biography of the band, charts the Red Hot Chili Peppers' unlikely rise, from their days as funk-loving punks wearing little more than smirks, to their current status as multi-million sellers and dynamic performers. Fornication tells the complete Red Hot Chili Peppers story, from their first meeting at a Los Angeles high school, through death, disharmony and their resurrection, which led to the creation of such career-defining albums as BloodSugarSexMagik, Californication and By The Way.
My book is mentioned in a recent Rolling Stone story about the band and the 25th anniversary of their album BloodSugarSexMagik.