Crown ArchetypeRod Stewart is among a handful of famous rock artists whose memoirs populate The New York Times' latest Hardcover Nonfiction Bestsellers List. The singer's new book, Rod: The Autobiography, debuted at #4 on the tally, which will be published in the November 11 issue of the newspaper's Sunday Book Review.
Also premiering on the list is founding KISS drummer Peter Criss' autobiography, Makeup to Breakup, which landed in the #7 spot. Who guitarist/songwriter Pete Townshend's Who I Am, meanwhile, dropped from fifth to 11th place after its third week on shelves. Neil Young's Waging Heavy Peace is right behind Townshend's tome, dropping from #8 to #12 during its fifth week of release.
Lastly, Duran Duran bassist John Taylor's In the Pleasure Groove skidded to #20 after debuting at #6 on The Times' Hardcover Nonfiction Bestsellers List the previous week.
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