The World’s Best Music Book Festival
Follow Louder Than Words @Lthanwordsfest for updates on new names for the world’s best music book festival – live-streamed from Manchester – on 12th, 13th and 14th November 2021. Daniel Rachel (below) will be talking about his new, bestselling book on Oasis in the Nineties – at Knebworth. (All images: @LouderThanWords on Twitter).
Attend in Manchester or Watch at Home
You can find out more about the Joy Division and Oasis special guests, authors Kevin Cummings (left) in the company of John Robb here.
Host and organiser John Robb will stay on top of world time-zones, if you can, for an in-depth discussion about Ravi Shankar with Oliver Craske and his recent biography on Sunday 14th November at 2.15pm GMT. All tickets including EarlyBird discounts, here.
The #LouderThanWords Music Quiz
Join host @mccashback for a quiz that will test not just your knowledge of music history, but also bring the world of global fandom together on Saturday 13th November.
Juvenes and Joy Division
The updated edition of Juvenes from Joy Division’s friend and photographer Kevin Cummings, will be available at a discount to those attending his talk. Be there on Saturday 13th November at 6.15pm GMT.
David Hepworth on the British Invasion
“Overpaid, Oversexed and Over There: How a Few Skinny Brits with Bad Teeth Rocked America!” is David Hepworth’s angle on his acclaimed, bestselling book about the British Invasion, including (of course) The Rolling Stones, on Sunday 14th November at 12.15pm.
The 12 Strangest Women in Music
Melbourne author Lesley Chow (below) will be in conversation with music biographer and author Zoe Howe on an Australian livestream, bringing the conversation around to the twelve ‘strangest women in music’. Don’t miss this global event.