Praised by the world of rock 'n' roll including John Lennon, the Beatles, Timothy Leary and Frank Zappa, the Monkees were millionaires by 1968, unable to set foot in public without being mobbed. But by 1969 it was all over. Glenn Baker traces this unique story of four young people from their meteoric rise to fame through their decline, and their battles with the music business and Hollywood.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|