Hear David Hepworth on life and the love of pop
Join us on 12 November at 7.30 for a must for all music fans: a fascinating evening with Q/Mojo/The Word/Smash Hits mainman, music journalist David Hepworth, who will be talking about his latest book, Nothing Is Real: The Beatles Were Underrated And Other Sweeping Statements About Pop, a thoughtful and thought-provoking collection of essays on the human side of pop: how it’s made, what it means, the ongoing legacy of The Beatles, the decline of the record shop and a whole lot more.
This is a book for anyone who’s ever loved music: ever ruminated over an album sleeve, lyrics, remembers the days of music papers, the Old Grey Whistle Test and Top Of The Pops, Saturday mornings haunting record shops. Our relationship with pop gets more complicated the longer it goes on and it’s been going on now for 50 years.
This will be David’s third talk at our shop and we feel very lucky to host him as his last two evenings saw passionate debate in a packed shop, so to guarantee that you don’t miss him this time round, reserve your free place now via 0207 431 firstname.lastname@example.org