One Love, One Life: Stories from the Stars

One Love, One Life: Stories from the Stars


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When legendary music journalist Billy Sloan was fifteen years old he saw The Who play an incendiary live show at Green's Playhouse in Glasgow. It was the beginning of a lifelong love affair with music. Just a few years later he was backstage interviewing the likes of Keith Richards and David Bowie, at the height of Ziggy-mania, and it has been a life and career full of extraordinary moments.

In ONE LOVE, ONE LIFE, Billy now tells his stories from the stars, from skipping Christmas dinner to see The Sex Pistols at the peak of their notoriety to friendships and adventures with some of music's biggest names and scoops that have hit the headlines. As well as legendary music and gigs, there's Grace Jones in the bath, candid conversations with Rod Stewart, football in Brazil with Simple Minds, a tour of the White House with Paolo Nutini, close encounters with U2 and so much more. Plus, the interviews that definitely didn't go as planned.

Brilliantly entertaining and searingly honest, ONE LOVE, ONE LIFE is an incredible insight into the music industry, the stars we love and an unmissable backstage pass for music fans everywhere.

    Product Details

    Published: 28 September 2023
    Format: 234x153mm, Hardback
    Extent: 288 pages + 16pp picture section
    ISBN: 9781785304811

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    A music journalist and broadcaster alongside the likes of John Peel, Billy Sloan has interviewed Bruce Springsteen, Cher, David Bowie, Keith Richards and so many more. After becoming a music journalist in 1977, he has since worked as the Showbusiness Editor of The Sunday Mail and has written about music for several newspapers including The Daily RecordThe Sunday PostThe Sunday TimesThe Daily Express, The Evening Times and The Glasgow Herald.

    Billy was awarded a Tartan Clef by Nordoff Robbins for his contribution to the music industry and became the first journalist to be inducted into the Barrowland Hall of Fame. As a broadcaster he hosted a ground-breaking alternative new music show for Radio Clyde for 23 years and currently hosts his own show for BBC Radio Scotland.

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