Shine Like It Does: The Life of Michael Hutchence by Toby Creswell
Ultra-shy INXS front man, Jim Morrison poseur wannabe, chameleon, promiscuous sex god?
Who was Michael Hutchence?
To mark the twentieth anniversary of his death, music journalist and Rolling Stone Australia’s founding publisher Toby Creswell casts aside the hype and stereotypes to get close to the real Michael Hutchence, talking to others who knew him personally, and who loved and respected the complex and sensitive person he was, as well as those who followed his growth as a singer and songwriter.
This is a warm, heartfelt biography, a tribute to the man and his music that brings us closer to understanding how an insecure vocalist from Sydney’s northern suburbs grew into an accomplished lyricist and ultimately, a despairing wanderer in search of a real home and a family of his own.
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