This Day in Music Books have published books on Prince, Madonna, Oasis, A-Ha, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Smiths, Black Sabbath, Queen, Iron Maiden, The Clash, The Wedding Present and The Jam.
Forthcoming titles include an official book with Simple Minds – The Book Of Brilliant Things. We are also very pleased to announce we are working with Paul Rodgers and Simon Kirke from Free and Bad Company on a book to be published later in 2020. Other new titles include a book with Killing Joke, Andy Crofts photo book (Paul Wellr) and a book with the most famous club in the world The Cavern as well as a new book Bob Wooler – Beatles DJ.
Recently we had two of our authors (Andy McCluskey from Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark and David Gedge from The Wedding Present) appear at the Louder Than Words literary festival in Manchester, England, where they both carried out Q&A sessions to sold out crowds. This year we are once again were very pleased to be associated with Omnibus Press (the largest book publishers in the world) on their stand at the 2020 London Book Fair held at Olympia.
This Day in Music Books sister site This Day in Music was launched in 1999 and is one of the longest running music sites on the Internet.
This Day In Music brings together all the significant events in the history of rock and pop, the facts, the figures, the dates, the times and the places, and most of all the stars that made rock and pop the most vibrant art form of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Brands and companies TDIM have worked with include, Universal Music, EMI Records, Warner Music, Rhino, Music Sales, Audio Boom, 7 Digital, I Like Music, Gibson, Music Magpie, The Cavern Club. TDIM has been featured many times in the media on the BBC, NPR, Sky News, Virgin Radio, Heart Radio and countless radio stations around the world.
This Day in Music have also published a series of iPhone and iPad apps for Classic Rock Magazine and some of the biggest acts in the world including Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones.