Sylvie Simmons

Sylvie Simmons

Sylvie Simmons is a renowned British rock writer who misspent her youth and several subsequent decades hanging with bands and taking notes. Her writing has appeared in countless publications and collections including the legendary US magazine Creem and UK's MOJO, for whom she still writes today. Along the way, living variously in London, Los Angeles, France and San Francisco, she acquired an award or two, became the subject of a BBC documentary (The Rock Chick) and wrote a number of highly-acclaimed books. She is the author of Neil Young, Reflections in Broken Glass; the cult short story collection Too Weird for Ziggy; and, most recently, the prodigious international bestseller I'm Your Man: The Life of Leonard Cohen, which she promoted by going a world tour for a year with her book and ukulele, talking about Cohen and singing his songs. Since November 2014, when she released her debut album Sylvie on Light In The Attic Records, she has been back on the road, this time singing her own songs.
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