Best Teen & Young Adult Rock Music Books
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1. Easy Piano Sheet Music for Kids: A Beginners First Book of Easy to Play Classics | 40 Songs (Beginner Piano Books for Children)
Author: by Alex Franklin
Published at: Independently published (June 24, 2020)
Easy Piano Sheet Music for Kids is a great first songbook for beginners. Songs on every page page have letters above each note to help children who are yet to learn how to read sheet music. Inside you will find 40 familiar favorites that are some of the most popular tunes for those beginning on piano or keyboard and are new to lessons.
The following pieces are included:Mary Had a Little LambTwinkle, Twinkle, Little StarHappy BirthdayAre You Sleeping? The Wheels on the BusItsy Bitsy SpiderLondon BridgeHumpty DumptyHead, Shoulders, Knees and ToesWhen the Saints Go Marching InThis Little Light of MineI’m a Little TeapotThis Old ManJingle BellsRock-A-Bye BabyOld MacDonald Had a FarmThe Muffin ManRow, Row, Row Your BoatShe’ll Be Coming Round the MountainThree Blind MiceHickory, Dickory, DockDeck the HallsBingoRing a Ring of RosesIf You’re Happy and You Know ItRain, Rain, Go AwaySilent NightBaa, Baa, Black SheepHot Cross BunsPop Goes the WeaselSing a Song of SixpenceFor He’s a Jolly Good FellowTake Me Out to the BallgameYankee DoodleHey Diddle DiddleWe Wish You a Merry ChristmasSkip to My LouPolly Put the Kettle OnI’ve Been Working on the RailroadHush, Little BabyThis is a great addition to your young one’s beginner instruction as they start learning notes.
2. Rhythm Ride: A Road Trip Through the Motown Sound
Author: by Andrea Davis Pinkney
From award-winning author Andrea Davis Pinkney comes the story of the music that defined a generation and a movement that changed the world. Berry Gordy began Motown in 1959 with an $800 loan from his family. He converted the garage of a residential house into a studio and recruited teenagers from the neighborhood-like Smokey Robinson, Mary Wells, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, and Diana Ross-to sing for his new label.
Meanwhile, the country was on the brink of a cultural revolution, and one of the most powerful agents of change in the following decade would be this group of young black performers from urban Detroit. From Berry Gordy and his remarkable vision to the Civil Rights movement, from the behind-the-scenes musicians, choreographers, and song writers to the most famous recording artists of the century, Andrea Davis Pinkney takes readers on a Rhythm Ride through the story of Motown.
3. Sonic Coloring Book: A perfect book for Sonic The Hedgehog fans!
Author: by Sonic The Hedgehog
The Ultimate Bucket List Journal to Give a New Graduate! Imagine a massive waterfall of wealth, happiness, and good health cascading towards your new graduate. Bless them today with this thoughtful graduation gift! Filled with positive affirmations that will inspire teens to make exciting plans during summer break or before starting work.
This elegant journal allows them to record their goals this year (or the next, it’s all up to them!. It is un-dated, handy 6 x 9 inches to bring on-the-go, premium matt finish, with 100 Extra Epic Bucket List Ideas on pages 109 to 112, and certificate to spur them on!
Start this Bucket List with easy and simple goals that are quick to accomplish, it can be – ~ Try new dishes to savor and prepare ~ Practice self-love, meditation, gratitude ~ Learn new things (music, sports, art) ~ Help others, share your time blessings ~ Travel and explore new placesGet your copies now and enjoy listing and accomplishing your plans today!
5. Janis Joplin: Rise Up Singing
Author: by Ann Angel
Harry N. Abrams
Forty years after her death, Janis Joplin remains among the most compelling and influential figures in rock-and-roll history. Her storytold here with depth and sensitivity by author Ann Angelis one of a girl who struggled against rules and limitations, yet worked diligently to improve as a singer.
It’s the story of an outrageous rebel who wanted to be loved, and of a wild woman who wrote long, loving letters to her mom. And finally, it’s the story of one of the most iconic female musicians in American history, who died at twenty-seven.
Janis Joplin includes more than sixty photographs, and an assortment of anecdotes from Janis’s friends and band mates. This thoroughly researched and well-illustrated biography is a must-have for all young artists, music lovers, and pop-culture enthusiasts.
6. Foo Fighters Mad Libs
Author: by Jameson LaMarca
A series of music Mad Libs from Live Nation! Get to know the Foo Fighters in a whole new way by filling out the blanks of the 21 original stories inside this book. It’s the perfect gift for fans, and a whole lot cheaper than the cost of an album or concert ticket!
7. John Lennon: All I Want is the Truth (Bccb Blue Ribbon Nonfiction Book Award (Awards))
Author: by Elizabeth Partridge
Winner of the Printz HonorAward-winning biographer Elizabeth Partridge dives into Lennon’s life from the night he was born in 1940 during a World War II air raid on Liverpool, deftly taking us through his turbulent childhood and his rebellious rock’n’roll teens to his celebrated life writing, recording, and performing music with the Beatles.
She sheds light on the years after the Beatles, with Yoko Ono, as he struggled to make sense of his own artistic lifeone that had turned from youthful angst to suffocating fame in almost a split second. Partridge chronicles the emotional highs and paralyzing lows Lennon transformed into brilliant, evocative songs.
With striking black-andwhite photographs spanning his entire life, John Lennon: All I Want Is the Truth is the unforgettable story of one of rock’s biggest legends.
8. Anoint My Head – How I Failed to Make it as a Britpop Indie-Rockstar
Author: by Andy Macleod
‘Captures the time and the aspirations of a young band brilliantly. A great eye-opener into the absurd thought process of what it might take to headline Glastonbury!’ Steve Lamacq BBC 6 Music. ‘A healthy measure of Nick Hornby with a dash of Adrian Mole had he joined an indie band.
Just the tonic for these serious and uncertain days. Bottoms up!’ Josh Levay Pointy Birds ‘bland and inoffensive with a seriously over-acting singer’ NME It’s 1992 and Horace dreams of becoming a rockstar with his band the Pointy Birds. The only problem is that his day-job (mis)filing vinyl in a Soho record store is stealing all his time and energy, plus rival bands like Suede, Blur, Pulp and Radiohead are moving on to bigger and better things.
But then someone called Ricky offers his services as a band manager and at last the dream can start. Anoint My Head is the tale of a band who didn’t become rich, or famous but had a manager who did.
It is also the story of a musical era, and documents the rise of some of the biggest British Britpop bands of the nineties, plus a comedian who went on to write quite a successful sitcom about a paper merchants in Slough.
9. Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick
Author: by Susan Janic
ECW Press (April 1, 2009)
The Jonas Brothers have gone from obscurity to superstardom in the course of a year, and there’s simply no stopping them. From their top-selling albums, to their sensational sold-out tours, their Disney Channel original movie Camp Rock and forthcoming TV series J.O.N.A.S., Kevin, Joe and Nick Jonas are here to stay.
Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick chronicles the boys’ lives and careers from child performers to their first disappointing Columbia Records deal to being signed by Disney’s Hollywood Records. From that point, their lives changed forever.
Their Meet the Robinsons song Kids of the Future became a major hit, and the brothers Jonas were everywhere: from Miley Cyrus’s sold-out tour to the White House to the top of the charts. Jam packed with photos, Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe and Nick is the only complete guide to the amazing world of the JoBros: the life and career of this talented trio; their family and the importance of their faith; their friends, girlfriends, costars and management team; their albums, videos, tours and TV shows; and the true-blue fans who will support the Jonas Brothers forever.
10. Kurt Cobain: Oh Well, Whatever, Nevermind (American Rebels)
Author: by Jeff Burlingame
New York Public Library’s 2007 Books for the Teen Age winner
11. Punk Rock Etiquette: The Ultimate How-to Guide for DIY, Punk, Indie, and Underground Bands
Author: by Travis Nichols
September 2, 2008
Looking to start an underground band? Don’t make a move until you’ve read this book! So you KNOW you are destined to rock… Well you’re in luck – all you need is this book! (Please note musical talent, bandmates, a car for touring, and an uncle who owns a record label might also help.
An original blend of nonfiction how-to’s about all things DIY rock created by an indie-circuit veteran with a knack for hysterical snark, PUNK ROCK ETIQUETTE teaches you everything from how to pick your bandmates and choose a name (Never deliberately misspell your band’s name.
C how lame it lookz?, to detailed guides on screenprinting your own merch, and interviews and advice from studio owners about the do’s and don’ts of recording. PUNK ROCK ETIQUETTE is an unfiltered peek backstage that will appeal to aspiring musicians and anyone who’s curious about what goes on in the hours between the last chord and the next big show.
12. Queen (Bands That Rock!)
Author: by Michelle Lhooq
As one of the flashiest, most captivating rock bands of the 1970s and 1980s, Queen quickly became one of the most beloved rock bands in the world. This biography explores the lesser-known parts of their story, such as their early days as a student band, as well as the formative years leading to their global explosion.
Readers will also come to understand the broad and lasting impact of the band, from Freddy Mercury’s groundbreaking role as a queer icon to their musical influence on other artists.
13. Metal Music: A History for Headbangers (Music Library)
Author: by Nicole Horning
How did the popularity of the Beatles lead to the birth of metal music? What do metal artists have in common with classical composers such as Bach and Vivaldi? Readers will explore the answers to these questions and more as they journey through the history of metal music, from Black Sabbath to Slipknot.
Readers will gain a deeper appreciation for this complex genre as they explore the evolution of metal and its sub-genres through annotated quotes from musicians and critics, full-color photographs, and a discography of some of the most influential albums in headbanging history.