Friday Apr 11
The Huffington Post
A Man Called (Self) Destruction -- The Life and Music of Alex Chilton
"I guess my life has been a series of flukes in the record business. The first thing I ever did, was the biggest record that I'll ever have."
The Memphis Flyer
Greyhounds at the Hi-Tone
Ardent Music's latest signees, Greyhounds, released their debut album on Tuesday.
WNYC-AM New York
Four Years After Death, Alex Chilton Is Finally A Big Star
Four years after his death, the former singer of the Box Tops and Big Star is enjoying a level of popular acclaim that eluded him in life.
Good Stuff: Talking with Martha Frankel before the Woodstock Writers Festival
Vanessa Geneva Ahern, who writes Extra! Extra! ... From Hudson Valley Good Stuff, spoke with Writers Festival Founder Martha Frankel about this year's offerings, about new books, and about quite a bit more.
Oxford Eagle Online Edition
The Alex Chilton story: riches to rags and back again
Author Holly George-Warren gives readers an inside look into Alex Chilton's life with her newly released biography "A Man Called Destruction: The Life and Music of Alex Chilton, From Box Tops to Big Star to Backdoor Man."
Alex Chilton's Secret: Inside the Big Star Legend's New Biography
As the leader of hugely influential but largely unpopular power-pop icons Big Star , Alex Chilton was perhaps the quintessential rock & roll cult hero.