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Under the Ivy Audiobook Summary

In this updated edition of Graeme Thomson’s critically acclaimed biography, a near-exhaustive survey of Kate Bush’s life surveys everything from her upbringing in South London to her stunning return to live performance in August 2014.

The original edition of Under the Ivy was called one of the best music biographies ever, and this updated edition adds a wealth of new research to include the complete scope of Bush’s oeuvre. With over seventy new interviews and in-depth analysis of her triumphant return to the stage after thirty-five years, this is the most complete Kate Bush biography and a must for any fan.

Detailing everything from her upbringing to her early exposition of talent to her subsequent evolution into one of the most stunningly creative and fascinating visual and musical artists alive today, Under the Ivy truly is the story of one woman’s life. This is in no way a superficial rumor-mill, however, as Thomson writes with great detail, accuracy, and above all admiration for her work, this is in equal parts a biography and an analysis of Kate Bush’s art.

Focusing on her unique working methods, her studio techniques, her timeless albums, and inescapable influence, Under the Ivy is a true exploration of one of the world’s most underappreciated yet gifted artists. Eminently readable, this book will be an eye-opening journey of discovery for somebody unfamiliar with Bush but will also reward a long-term fan with new insights and fresh analysis

About the Author(s) of Under the Ivy

Graeme Thomson is the author of Under the Ivy

Graeme Thomson is one of Britain’s leading music writers and the author of critically acclaimed biographies of George Harrison and Elvis Costello. He has written for the London Observer, New Statesman, Oxford American, the Telegraph, Time Out, MOJO, and Rolling Stone, and contributes regularly to the Guardian, Uncut, the Herald, and The Arts Desk.

Under the Ivy Full Details

Length14 hours
AuthorGraeme Thomson
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateJune 27, 2023


According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of Under the Ivy Audiobook, Under the Ivy includes the following subjects: nonfiction, music, biography, Kate Bush, singer, musician, band biography, bio The BISAC Subject Code is

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9798212343831.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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