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Stick It! : My Life of Sex, Drums, and Rock 'n' Roll
by Carmine Appice and Ian Gittins and Rod Stewart


Overview - He ran with teenage gangs in Brooklyn before becoming a global rock star in the Summer of Love. He was managed by the mob, hung with Hendrix, trashed thousands of hotel rooms, unwittingly paid for an unknown Led Zeppelin to support him on tour, taught John Bonham (as well as Fred Astaire) a thing or two about drumming, and took part in Zeppelin s infamous deflowering of a groupie with a mud shark.  Read more...

 
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More About Stick It! by Carmine Appice; Ian Gittins; Rod Stewart
 
 
 
Overview
He ran with teenage gangs in Brooklyn before becoming a global rock star in the Summer of Love. He was managed by the mob, hung with Hendrix, trashed thousands of hotel rooms, unwittingly paid for an unknown Led Zeppelin to support him on tour, taught John Bonham (as well as Fred Astaire) a thing or two about drumming, and took part in Zeppelin s infamous deflowering of a groupie with a mud shark. After enrolling in Rod Stewart s Sex Police, he hung out with Kojak, accidentally shared a house with Prince, became blood brothers with Ozzy Osbourne, and got fired by Sharon. He formed an all-blond hair metal band, jammed with John McEnroe and Steven Seagal, became a megastar in Japan, got married five times, slept with 4,500 groupies and, along the way, became a rock legend by single-handedly reinventing hard rock and heavy metal drumming.
Carmine Appice has enjoyed a jaw-dropping rock-and-roll life and here he is telling his scarcely believable story. Cowritten with Ian Gittins, the coauthor with Nikki Sixx of the New York Times bestseller The Heroin Diaries, Stick It is one of the most extraordinary and outrageous rock-and-roll biographies of our time.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781613735527
  • ISBN-10: 1613735529
  • Publisher: Chicago Review Press
  • Publish Date: May 2016
  • Page Count: 256


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