Unauthorized ROBERT PLANT Biography Due In February

U.K.-based journalist Neil Daniels' book on Robert Plant's solo career, "Robert Plant: Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page & The Solo Years", is due for publication via IMP in February next year. According to Daniels, "Plant's solo career has never granted a full rock bio. From his debut album 'Pictures at Eleven' to the present day... it's all in there."

Neil Daniels' unauthorized JUDAS PRIEST biography, "Defenders of the Faith: The True Story of Judas Priest", is due on September 14 via Omnibus Press, "Defenders of the Faith: The True Story of Judas Priest" will be released in hardback with over 300 pages. It contains rare and unseen pictures, various discographies, a history of tour dates from 1969 and much more.

Neil Daniels contributes to Record Collector, Rock Sound, Powerplay and Fireworks.


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