He has sold over 40 million albums. He saw his best friend commit suicide. He starts supergroups. He's the nicest guy in rock. From Nirvana to Foo Fighters, from brotherhood to bitter rivalry, from breathless highs to lifeless lows, this is an unparalleled, intimate and extraordinary insight into the life and times of Dave Grohl. With an account that is more personal than anything written before, more startling, more thrilling, more heart-rending and more inspiring, Paul Brannigan reveals Dave fully for the first time. This is the story of the man who changed music forever.
Paul Brannigan has a professional relationship with Dave Grohl stretching back almost 15 years: 'I consider you a friend,'Grohl told Brannigan when the pair last spent time together in Los Angeles. The former Editor of Kerrang! -- the world's biggest weekly music magazine -- Brannigan's writing on punk rock, grunge and hard rock have also appeared in the world renowned Q and Mojo magazines.