Sting. Broken Music: A Memoir. New York: The Dial Press, 2003. Signed by Sting, First Edition, Original Dust Jacket.
This first edition of Broken Music: A Memoir details the early life of the famous singer and songwriter, Sting. Published by The Dial Press in New York in 2003, this memoir is signed by Sting on the title page in blue ink. Including the original dust jacket, this book is now protected by a mylar cover.
Born Gordon Sumner, Sting remains an exceptionally popular singer and songwriter. The English-born entertainer began his career in the band, the Police, and later continued solo. He has produced wildly popular songs such as Every Breath You Take and worked on soundtracks for Disney. The notable philanthropist set out to write a memoir different than others, focusing on moments rather than a steady retelling of his life. The book begins with his early childhood, continues through his adolescence, and ends with his early success in the Police. In it, Sting recounts impactful events, relationships, and people giving his audience an insight into who he was in order to better understand who he has become.
Overall very good condition. Sting has signed the title page in dark blue sharpie. The first edition book is internally clean and bright. The original dust jacket shows some signs of wear, but has no notable damage.
Dimensions: 8 ⅝” H x 6" W x 1 ¼” D