Sammy Hagar Gets Uncensored In RED

RED: My Uncensored Life In Rock by Sammy Hagar (2011)

I’ll start this off by saying Van Halen is probably my favorite band of all time.  I’ll follow that up by saying that I’m one of the rare few that thinks Van Halen was a FAR superior band with Sammy Hagar in it than when David Lee Roth was the front man.  With that housekeeping out of the way… No pun intended, but this book rocks. RED: My Uncensored Life In Rock is just that… uncensored.  … Continue reading

Agassi Is Finally Open

Open An Autobiography (2009)

If you’re a tennis fan you’ll enjoy this book.  If you’re an Andre Agassi fan you’ll absolutely love it!  Open is one of the most transparent autobiographies that I’ve ever read.  I’m sure you’ve heard by this point but Agassi used drugs for a short period of time during his career.  This is just one topic that he absolutely does NOT shy away from in this book.  In fact, it’s that point of his career … Continue reading

‘Hitman: My Real Life In The Cartoon World Of Wrestling’ By Bret Hart

Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling (2008)

He is “The Excellence Of Execution”.  He is “The best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be”.  He is none other than Bret “The Hitman” Hart.  I have read quite a few wrestling books in my day and I have to say that Hitman: My Real Life in the Cartoon World of Wrestling is definitely at the top of the list. First off, if you’re not a wrestling fan you’re … Continue reading