Book spills rock 'n' roll's bizarre buzz
of the incidents that made it to the book were the ones like the time singer Ray Charles was nearly landed in jail in New Zealand in 1991, when custom officials stopped him whenindia Updated: Apr 19, 2006 18:40 IST
When it comes to being wild, weird and wacky, probably nothing beats rock 'n' roll stars. And now, a new book detailing just how bizarre these stars can be, will soon be available on stands.
The book, titled Rock'n'Roll's Strangest Moments is a collection of the most out of the ordinary stories from 50 years of music history.
According to the Mirror, some of the incidents that made it to the book were the ones like the time singer Ray Charles was nearly landed in jail in New Zealand in 1991, when custom officials stopped him when their dogs started making a ruckus, thinking that he was carrying drugs, only to fins pork scratchings in his pocket.
Or the time when Bob Dylan dropped called in at the wrong door when he went to meet his pal Dave Stewart while on trip to London in the late ‘90s.
Dylan thought he was waiting for his ex-Eurythmics guitarist pal Stewart, whose North London home he had never been to but whose address he did have.
Dylan ended up having tea not with his pal, but one of his fans with the same name.