Chris Glen with bookCHRIS GLEN: THE BASS BUSINESS will be published on April 14, 2017 via Noisewave, featuring a foreword by Eric Singer of Kiss and introductions by Bill Spooner (The Tubes), Rick Neilsen (Cheap Trick), John Corabi (Dead Daisies), Michael Schenker, Gary Barden, Robin McAulay (Michael Schenker Group), Alex Marco Harvey and Mark Radcliffe.

Read an excerpt from the book and find out more via a Classic Rock Magazine feature.

The book will be launched at the Hard Rock Cafe in Glasgow on April 7, 2017 at a gala event featuring live performance and special guests. Tickets are on sale now.

The limited-edition hardback will not be on general sale, but you can pre-order your copy – signed and dedicated to the person of your choice – below. The paperback, which will be on general sale, is also available for pre-order below. Note: you do not need a PayPal account to place your order.

Note: postal pre-orders will be delivered after April 7 and not in time for the launch event.

Dedications will be assumed from the email address attached to your order. If you’d like your copy to be dedicated differently, email martin@noisewave.co.uk and let us know.

Chris Glen: The Bass Business

By Chris Glen with Martin Kielty
192 pages with over 50 photographs
Foreword by Eric Singer of Kiss
Limited-edition hardback ISBN 978-1-326-98274-4
Paperback ISBN 978-1-326-98275-1
Published by Noisewave


UK postage: limited-edition signed, dedicated hardback

£18 (plus £2.25 Royal Mail 2nd Class Large Letter and packaging)
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UK postage: signed, dedicated paperback

£12 (plus£2.25 Royal Mail 2nd Class Large Letter and packaging)
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Europe postage: limited-edition signed, dedicated hardback

£18 (plus £5.65 Royal Mail Europe Large Letter and packaging)
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Europe postage: signed, dedicated paperback

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Rest of world postage: limited-edition signed, dedicated hardback

£18 (plus £8.15 Royal Mail International Large Letter and packaging)
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Rest of world postage: signed, dedicated paperback

£18 (plus £8.15 Royal Mail International Large Letter and packaging)
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