Fiddling with Disaster

Ashley MacIsaac, Frank Condron
So writes Celtic-punk musician Ashley MacIsaac in this brutally honest, often hilarious autobiography. MacIsaac left the tiny village of Creignish on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, at 17 to work with composer Philip Glass in New York. Record deals, sold-out concerts and fame followed, as well as an addiction to crack that nearly destroyed MacIsaac and his career by the time he was 26. This book spells out MacIsaac's tale with bleak humor and equally bleak honesty. The result is a riveting read.


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