BRIAN WHEAT TELLS HIS SIDE OF THE STORY IN NEW BOOK AND ANNOUNCES LIVE SIGNING EVENT

BRIAN WHEAT TELLS HIS SIDE OF THE STORY IN NEW BOOK, ‘SON OF A MILKMAN: MY CRAZY LIFE WITH TESLA’ AND ANNOUNCES LIVE SIGNING EVENT FOR THIS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9TH

 

Tesla bassist Brian Wheat lifts the lid on living the rock ’n’ roll life while struggling with anxiety, depression, and other issues seldom discussed by musicians in his new book, ‘Son of a Milkman: My Crazy Life with Tesla,’ which will be released on December 15, 2020 via Post Hill Press (and co-penned by Chris Epting).

Pre-order the book here: 

And before its official release, there will be a live signing event

https://livesigning.com/milkman

In this deeply honest and utterly revealing memoir, Wheat sheds light on the many challenges he faces, including bulimia, weight issues, and the crippling anxiety and depression caused by his conditions. Just like the songs his legendary band made, this is no-nonsense, blue-collar storytelling at its best. 

While revealing the vulnerable human behind the bass guitar, this autobiography also offers tremendous stories of life on the road, and collaborations and encounters with legendary figures like his pals in Def Leppard, David Lee Roth, Alice Cooper, and Paul McCartney. 

Brian 

Chris Epting is an award-winning journalist and the author of many books, including ‘Adrenalized’ (co-written with Def Leppard’s Phil Collen) and ‘Change of Seasons’ (co-written with John Oates). 

Featuring a foreword by Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott and an afterword by renowned rock photographer Ross Halfin, ‘

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