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Kenny Aronoff is a master drummer. His playing can be heard on dozens of hits such as “Blaze Of Glory” (Jon Bon Jovi), “I Will Do Anything For Love, But I Won’t Do That” (Meat Loaf), “Heaven Is A Place On Earth” (Belinda Carlisle) or John Mellencamp’s “Jack And Diane“, “Hurts So Good“, “Pink Houses (Ain’t That America)” and “Small Town“.

In addition to that, Kenny has collaborated with such artists as: Bruce Springsteen, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Smashing Pumpkins, Sting, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Ringo Starr, Johnny Cash, Melissa Etheridge, Alice Cooper, Alanis Morissette, Joe Cocker, Dave Grohl, Steven Tyler, John Mellencamp, John Fogerty. Records Aronoff has played on total over 300 million in sales, with more than 1,300 having been certified gold, platinum, or diamond in the US. Add countless tours and concerts over the last 40 years and you begin to get the picture…

A player like that must have a thing or two to say and, naturally, he does. Now is the time to share his memories with all the rest of us. The artist’s autobiography, titled “Sex, Drums, Rock ‘N’ Roll! The Hardest Hitting Man In Show Business” has just been released. The foreword was written by none other than Rush‘s very own Neil Peart. We are certainly going to get one. How about you?