Ex-MÖTLEY CRÜE Singer CORABI Signs With FLETCHER PARRY; Autobiography Due Next Summer

Former MÖTLEY CRÜE frontman John Corabi has signed with the New York-based literary agency Fletcher Parry to shop his autobiography for publication. The firm has repped books by Paul McCartney and Ali G, among other entertainment personalities. The as-yet untitled autobiography, co-authored with biographer Jake Brown, is scheduled for release sometime in the summer of 2007, and features interviews with Tommy Lee, Tom Keifer, Bob Rock, Scott Humphrey, Bruce Kulick, Sass Jordan, and Eddie Kramer, among others, on their place in the life and times of John Corabi's career.

As previously reported, Corabi has launched his own radio station with the help of Rock.com and Live365.com. According to a posting on Corabi's official web site, "John's new station will be playing a great mix of all things ROCK! If you like metal, hard rock, classic rock, glam, grunge, or whatever you want to call it, it will all be on this amazing new station! This will also be one station on a very short list that plays new music from the bands that you love! So if you are wondering what some of your favorite bands are up to these days, you can hear it on John Corabi Radio. What used to make radio great were the songs, and John Corabi Radio brings that back around! So click [here] and get started. We will be launching an archive station as well, so all of your favorite shows will play back to back! You will have hours and hours of John Corabi Radio to listen to uninterrupted. The station is in its infancy right now, so get in and watch it grow!"

Also on the Corabi-related front, John will appear on a forthcoming MÖTLEY CRÜE tribute album on the track "Home Sweet Home" alongside Fred Coury of CINDERELLA. An early 2007 release is expected.

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