David Bowie’s notorious old manager, Tony Defries, will be releasing a “tell-all” autobiography next year to be titled Gods and Gangsters. This comes after some 40 years of media silence in which Defries has never been interviewed. Defries is best known for launching the careers of Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, Mott the Hoople, Luther Vandross and John Mellencamp. He’s also known for taking more than his share of the artists’ proceeds. Parasitic as it might be, the book should have some interesting stories. Read the official self-aggrandizing press release on Network54.com.

One Response to “Bowie’s Old Manager Writes Autobiography”

  1. Webmistress Says:

    Think DeFries needed some kleenex after that press release?