Lenny Kravitz is the latest veteran rocker to share his life story via a written memoir. On Tuesday the ageless rock guitarist and singer announced his forthcoming memoir, Let Love Rule (named after his breakthrough 1989 debut album) will arrive later this year on October 6th via Henry Holt & Co.
The 272-page book was co-written by Kravitz alongside David Ritz, who has collaborated with a mix of artists for their autobiographies over the years including Ray Charles, the Neville Brothers, Aretha Franklin, and Janet Jackson to name a few.
A description of the book shared by Kravitz reads, “I see my story as a suite of songs that have a magical connection. I never understood that connection until I sat down to write. It was then that the magic started to flow.”
Watch Kravitz’s announcement shared on Tuesday below.
— Lenny Kravitz (@LennyKravitz) June 30, 2020
Earlier this month the 56-year-old shared his new music video for “Ride”, one of the singles featured on his 2018 studio album, Rise Vibration. Kravitz was scheduled to embark on a run of tour dates in August and September in the ongoing support of Rise Vibration, but those shows are expected to be canceled or postponed in the coming weeks.
Click here to pre-order Let Love Rule.