CategoriesMusic & Dance GEORGE MICHAEL: The Biography


GEORGE MICHAEL: The Biography

ROB JOVANOVIC    Book Number: 82203    Product format: Paperback

As Wham!, George and his friend Andrew Ridgley were to become the most successful pop duo of the 1980s. Both sons of immigrant fathers they burst onto the scene projecting an image of healthy, tanned bodies, big hair and unbelievably white teeth! George Michael was an enigma, one of the most open and vocal pop superstars on the planet, yet also fiercely protective of his privacy. After Wham! split in 1986, Michael went on to greater things as a solo artist and collaborated with many in the music industry. He was hugely popular and latterly we have discovered hugely philanthropic. The biography analyses his musical output and groundbreaking videos including his triumphant 2006 tour when he returned from the music wilderness. It tackles the issues that plagued the superstar to his death and confirms his place as a cultural icon. The index reads like a who's who in modern music. 234pp in paperback with eight pages of photos.
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ISBN 9780749909802
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