Wham! George & Me : The Sunday Times Bestseller-9780241385821

Wham! George & Me : The Sunday Times Bestseller

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Author: Ridgeley, Andrew, Binding: Paperback, Imprint: Penguin Books Ltd, Series: N/A, Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd, Published: 11/06/2020, Pagination: 368 pages, Classification: The arts, Country of Publication:

19.8 cm H | 12.9 cm W | 2.4 cm T | 328 g Wt

It's that time of year again . . . Turn up 'Last Christmas', get the mince pies out and head back to the 80s in the remarkably honest and fascinating autobiography from one half of the world's greatest pop duo THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER 'I couldn't put it down.

Such a fantastic book' Chris Evans, Virgin Radio ________ School mates.

Band mates. Soul mates . . . When Andrew Ridgley took George Michael, the new boy at school, under his wing, he discovered a soul mate. In Wham! George and Me, Andrew tells the story of how they rode a rollercoaster of success around the world while making iconic records and surviving superstardom with their friendship intact.

It is a memoir of love, music, the flamboyant 1980s and living in a pop hurricane. No one else can ever tell their story - because no one else was there . . . For the first time, Andrew Ridgeley tells the inside story of Wham!, his life-long friendship with George Michael and the formation of a band that changed the shape of the music scene in the early eighties. ________ 'A joyous celebration of the Wham! years. For anyone who was a teenager in the early 1980s, it will take you on a nostalgia trip.

It's an honest but affectionate account of a remarkable duo who remained true to their origins and their friendship throughout it all' Daily Express 'As infectious as their music' Daily Mirror 'A remarkably generous memoir.

In more than one sense, the biography of a friend' Spectator 'A great story' Saturday Live, Radio 4 'A lovely book.

A love letter to George' Graham Norton, BBC One 'Charming, heartfelt . . . there's a real poignancy to Ridgeley's description of Wham!'s glory days' Sunday Times