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9 Best Music Books

Browse our extensive collection of music books, covering a wide range of genres and instruments. Enhance your musical knowledge and skills today!



by Elton John

4.8 (24066 reviews)

What is Me about?

This captivating biography delves into the extraordinary life of a music icon. From his humble beginnings as Reginald Dwight to his transformation into the flamboyant Elton John, this book chronicles the highs and lows of his career, his struggles with addiction, and his journey towards self-acceptance. With candid anecdotes and personal reflections, this official biography offers an intimate glimpse into the life of one of the most influential musicians of our time.

Who should read Me

  • Fans of Elton John who want an intimate look into his life.

  • Music enthusiasts interested in the rise of a legendary artist.

  • Individuals seeking inspiration from a story of resilience and success.


More Myself

by Alicia Keys, Michelle Burford

4.8 (3878 reviews)

What is More Myself about?

"More Myself: A Journey" is a captivating memoir co-authored by Alicia Keys and Michelle Burford. This introspective book delves into the life of the renowned musician, exploring her personal and professional journey. From her humble beginnings in New York City to her rise to fame, Keys shares her triumphs, struggles, and the lessons she learned along the way. With raw honesty and vulnerability, this memoir offers readers an intimate glimpse into the life of a true artist.

Who should read More Myself

  • Fans of Alicia Keys who want to delve deeper into her personal journey.

  • Individuals seeking inspiration and empowerment through personal growth stories.

  • Music enthusiasts interested in the behind-the-scenes life of a successful artist.


The Talent Code

by Daniel Coyle

4.7 (3514 reviews)

What is The Talent Code about?

"The Talent Code" explores the science behind skill development in various fields such as sports, art, music, and math. Daniel Coyle delves into the concept of deep practice, explaining how individuals can unlock their potential and achieve greatness. Through insightful anecdotes and research, Coyle reveals the secrets to mastering any skill and provides practical strategies for readers to enhance their own abilities.

Who should read The Talent Code

  • Athletes

  • musicians

  • and artists seeking to enhance their skills.

  • Educators and coaches interested in understanding the science of talent.

  • Individuals curious about the secrets behind exceptional performance.



by Michael Eric Dyson

4.7 (2010 reviews)

What is Jay-Z about?

"Jay-Z: Made in America" by Michael Eric Dyson is a captivating exploration of the life and cultural impact of one of the most influential figures in hip-hop, Jay-Z. Dyson delves into Jay-Z's upbringing, his rise to fame, and his evolution as an artist and entrepreneur. Through insightful analysis and interviews, the book offers a deep understanding of Jay-Z's artistry, business acumen, and his significant contributions to American culture.

Who should read Jay-Z

  • Fans of Jay-Z and hip-hop culture seeking an in-depth exploration of his life and career.

  • Music enthusiasts interested in understanding the cultural impact of Jay-Z's music.

  • Scholars and researchers studying the intersection of music

  • race

  • and entrepreneurship.


Music Theory

by Nicolas Carter

4.5 (1871 reviews)

What is Music Theory about?

This comprehensive guide takes readers on a journey from complete novice to expert in music theory. Written by Nicolas Carter, it offers a step-by-step approach to understanding and learning music theory effortlessly. With clear explanations and practical exercises, this book covers everything from basic concepts to advanced techniques, making it an essential resource for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of music theory and improve their musical skills.

Who should read Music Theory

  • Aspiring musicians seeking a comprehensive guide to mastering music theory.

  • Absolute beginners looking to understand the fundamentals of music theory.

  • Experienced musicians wanting to deepen their knowledge and skills in music theory.


True Love

by Jennifer Lopez

4.5 (1134 reviews)

What is True Love about?

In this heartfelt and candid memoir, a renowned artist shares her personal journey through love, heartbreak, and self-discovery. With refreshing honesty, she reflects on her relationships, both romantic and familial, and offers valuable insights on finding true love and maintaining a fulfilling life. Through her inspiring stories and empowering advice, she encourages readers to embrace vulnerability and authenticity in their own pursuit of love and happiness.

Who should read True Love

  • Fans of Jennifer Lopez who want to delve into her personal life.

  • Individuals seeking advice and inspiration on love and relationships.

  • Anyone interested in exploring the journey of self-discovery and growth.


The Storyteller

by Dave Grohl

What is The Storyteller about?

"The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music" is a captivating memoir that delves into the extraordinary life and career of a renowned musician. Filled with heartfelt anecdotes and personal reflections, this book takes readers on a journey through the highs and lows of the music industry, offering a unique perspective on the power of music and the transformative impact it can have on one's life. A must-read for music enthusiasts and fans alike.

Who should read The Storyteller

  • Music enthusiasts seeking an intimate glimpse into Dave Grohl's life.

  • Aspiring musicians looking for inspiration and valuable life lessons.

  • Fans of Foo Fighters eager to delve into the band's history.


Just Kids

by Patti Smith

What is Just Kids about?

"Just Kids" is a captivating memoir that delves into the extraordinary bond between two young artists navigating the vibrant New York City art scene in the 1960s. This heartfelt account follows their journey from struggling artists to renowned figures, as they face poverty, love, loss, and the pursuit of their creative dreams. Patti Smith's raw and poetic storytelling offers a poignant reflection on friendship, artistry, and the transformative power of youth.

Who should read Just Kids

  • Aspiring artists seeking inspiration from Patti Smith's journey.

  • Fans of Patti Smith's music and poetry craving personal insights.

  • Individuals interested in the vibrant New York City art scene of the 1960s and 1970s.


Crying in H Mart

by Michelle Zauner

What is Crying in H Mart about?

"Crying in H Mart: A Memoir" is a poignant and heartfelt exploration of grief, identity, and the power of food. Michelle Zauner takes readers on a deeply personal journey as she navigates her Korean-American heritage, her relationship with her mother, and the loss of her mother to cancer. Through vivid storytelling and evocative descriptions of food, Zauner beautifully captures the complexities of love, loss, and the healing power of embracing one's cultural roots.

Who should read Crying in H Mart

  • Fans of memoirs exploring themes of grief and identity.

  • Individuals interested in Korean-American culture and its influence on personal experiences.

  • Music enthusiasts curious about the intersection of art and healing.