In his just-released autobiography, rock legend Billy Idol describes himself in the early stages of his career as “one more explorer doing his damndest to act unafraid in the face of his exceedingly uncertain future.” To many, these feelings of apprehension, aimlessness, personal indecision and second-guessing hit home. Idol’s advice on these very real anxieties? Stop worrying. And then go for it, whatever your passion may be.
The pioneer MTV Megastar, who rocked the Frank Erwin Center stage on Oct. 10, 1990 during his Charmed Life Tour, announced his upcoming tour of his soon-to-be-released album “Kings and Queens of the Underworld” on NBC‘s “Today Show” Tuesday, Oct. 7. Sensationalized world tour and album debut aside, Idol’s announcement jointly marked the release date of his autobiography “Dancing with Myself,” which serves to give each reader perspective of his personal mistakes as well as adventures. read more →