“Being a child of a rock legend brings kudos, travel and famous friends—but fatherly wisdom and bedtime stories are rarely part of the deal.” The Independent reports on famous families: “If only there was an instruction leaflet prescribing parenting tips to famous musicians; the best they have is How’s Your Dad?, a new book by the rock journalist Zoë Street Howe, which outlines the excesses of rock stars and how they impact on their sprogs. From the tumultuous childhoods of the Geldof children to the bizarre childcare arrangements of Baxter Dury, a chip off the old Blockheads’ frontman Ian Dury, being privately schooled and given access to a bulging address book doesn’t always yield fame, power and an open door to greatness. It can force people into the public eye before they have anything to say.”
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