Elton John has revealed that his memoir, which he announced plans for 3 years ago, will be released this October.
He announced the news on Friday via Twitter. “My life has been one helluva roller coaster ride and I’m now ready to tell you my story, in my own words. My first and only official autobiography will be released October 2019.”
The “no-holds-barred” autobiography will be published by Henry Holt & Co., and is expected on Oct. 15. A title and cover art have yet to be unveiled, but the memoir is reportedly 320 pages in length.
“I’m not prone to being a nostalgic person. I’m often accused of only looking forward to my next gig or creative project. It’s come as quite a surprise how cathartic I am finding the process of writing my memoirs,” John said of the memoir in 2016.
You can preorder the memoir here.
John is currently on his final tour, the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour. Rocketman, an upcoming biopic about Elton John, is set to be released in May.
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Article image: Elton John performing in Kristiansand, Norway in 2017. (Jørund Føreland Pedersen [CC BY-SA 4.0] via Wikimedia Commons.)