Nick Tosches

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Nick Tosches: the writer who made his prose rock and roll
Tosches, who has died aged 69, wrote about everything from drugs to modern art – and his punkish music writing pricked the pretensions of his peers

Alexis Petridis

21, Oct, 2019 @3:57 PM

'Resonant, meaningful, truthful – this music is 20th-century America's real gift to the world'

Nick Tosches introduces our series of portraits of America's musical giants

Nick Tosches

24, Jan, 2010 @12:05 AM

Video: Observer Music Monthly – American legends

Photographer Jamie-James Medina tells author Nick Tosches about the living legends of American music that he spent a year chronicling for Observer Music Monthly – from Jerry Lee Lewis to Pete Seeger, and Etta James to Sonny Rollins

20, Jan, 2010 @3:41 PM

A gathering of music critics in 1973 including Nick Tosches, Lester Bangs and Cameron Crowe

The fifty greatest music books ever: From Dylan to Norwegian black metal, and Nietzsche to Robbie, OMM presents its definitive list of the world's finest music writing - a 14-page special starring the subject's most dazzling authors:

Barney Hoskyns

18, Jun, 2006 @1:20 PM

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The 50 greatest music books ever: No 1 Hellfire by Nick Tosches

If any figure in rock'n'roll has been deserving of a great biographer, it's Jerry Lee Lewis. And in Nick Tosches, the man known as 'the Killer' had that and more ...

Sean O'Hagan

17, Jun, 2006 @11:06 PM

Review: In the Hand of Dante by Nick Tosches

Ian Penman wonders which is the real Nick Tosches as he follows him along the high tightrope of his latest, In the Hand of Dante

Ian Penman

25, Jan, 2003 @11:35 PM

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Review: Where Dead Voices Gather by Nick Tosches

Nick Tosches sets off in search of Emmett Miller, the voice of 1920s America, in Where Dead Voices Gather

Nick Kent

12, Oct, 2002 @12:33 AM

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