Distributed by Simon and Schuster and released by Post Hill Press, Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah to the Last Goodbye is a book 21 years in the making. A biography, the release follows the life and lasting impact of the rock ‘n’ roll icon, taking you backstage, behind the scenes, and into the life of the critically acclaimed singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The author, Dave Lory, has been working in entertainment for almost 40 years, and better yet, managed and worked with Buckley himself — from his very first EP release in 1993 until the day that he disappeared into the deep waters of the Mississippi River. Now, years later, Lory is speaking out about his time with Buckley and filling the rest of the world in on the amazing man and musician that he was.
The book will hit shelves on May 29, so make sure to buy a copy to learn more about the late musician’s too short career and life. You can also catch Lory holding an open discussion and Q&A about the artist and the book June 1 at the Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia and on June 3 at The Loft at City Winery in New York.