Will Sergeant will be appearing in conversation to celebrate the publication of the second volume of his autobiography, Echoes:. Picking up from where the Sunday Times bestselling Bunnyman left off, we find Will and his fellow Bunnymen on the cusp of stardom as they record their debut album Crocodiles. There will also be an opportunity to ask Will questions, purchase the book and get it signed on the night.
This is a seated event and tickets are limited.
Scenic Wye Valley isnt the typical place for a rock story to begin, but when Echo & the Bunnymen hit the studio to record their ground-breaking debut album, Crocodiles, it was anything but ordinary. The album was the making of the band cultivating a cult following which would soon evolve into staggering mainstream success. Their lives would never be the same again.
In Echoes, legendary guitarist and founding member of Echo & the Bunnymen, Will Sergeant, recounts the band's whirlwind rise to stardom with his trademark wryness and intelligence. Sharing never-before-told anecdotes including the heady Rockfield Studio sessions and touring across the US, playing sold-out shows at Whisky a Go Go and experiencing the iconic New York club scene from dusk til dawn and accompanied by snapshots of the cultural, social and political scene at the time, this is a memoir to remember.
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