101 Interesting Facts on Arctic Monkeys: Learn About the English Indie Rock Band

101 Interesting Facts on Arctic Monkeys: Learn About the English Indie Rock Band

by Kevin Snelgrove

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Are you a fan of rock band the Arctic Monkeys? Have you followed their career from the early days when the band first gained recognition via the internet through to international success? Would you like to know more about your favourite indie band? 101 Interesting Facts on Arctic Monkeys gives you the chance to pick up some little-known trivia about popular band from Sheffield. What was the original line-up and who was the band’s other lead singer with Alex Turner? What NME first did the Arctic Monkeys clock up in 2006? What offer did the Band repeatedly turn down during 2005? Find out the answers in this exciting new book along with many more fascinating facts. Packed with information including many personal details about the individual band members as well as up-to-date news on the Arctic Monkeys’ recent projects. This book will appeal to anyone with an interest in contemporary music and is a must-have for all Arctic Monkeys’ fans.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781909949515
Publisher: Andrews UK
Publication date: 10/28/2013
Series: Apex 101 Interesting Facts , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 908 KB

About the Author

Kevin Snelgrove was born in Frome, Somerset, in 1960. A prolific author, Kevin has written over 70 books on a range of subjects, including football, sport, television, film, music, health and leisure. Many of his books have been endorsed by celebrities and sports personalities such as Richard Wilson, Nicholas Parsons, Fennella Fielding, Ian Holloway and Neil Warnock. Kevin has also recently taken up acting and was involved in the 2012 film The Seasoning House with Sean Pertwee. During his career, Kevin has appeared in TV, radio, DVD and in numerous newspapers and magazines. Having worked with people with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for 35 years, in 2013 Kevin decided to use his experience to benefit others and wrote a book about the subject. Kevin lives in Frome with his wife Julie. He has four children; Samantha, Kate, Charlotte and Samuel, and a grandson, Reuben.

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