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ALICE IN CHAINS Frontman’s Biography ‘Angry Chair’ is Back In Print

ARTS Publications has announced plans to run a new reprint of the biography of late ALICE IN CHAINS frontman Layne Staley, titled “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” (more information), courtesy of Xanadu Enterprises Inc.

According to a press release, journalist-author Adriana Rubio has received a number of e-mails, correspondences and phone calls from Layne‘s fans lately asking for “Angry Chair” copies at a more reasonable price, since this title is out of print and “used” copies are being sold by a big number of online booksellers, who are NOT connected with the author neither the publisher, for over $100, $180 and even for $400.

Layne Staley died in April 2002. He was once on top of the music world as the lead singer for ALICE IN CHAINS and MAD SEASON. “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” is filled with exclusive interviews with his mother, Nancy, his sister, Liz, and Layne himself…as he broke his five-year public silence just months before his death. The book also includes pictures from Layne‘s childhood, drawings, poetry and a lot more.

Adriana Rubio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a member of “The Latin American Journalists Federation” (FELAP) and also of “The Union Press Workers of Buenos Aires” (UTPBA).

Rubio is an investigative journalist and has published three books in the United States: “Dave Mustaine: Are you Ready to Take the Risk?” (Vantage Press), “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” (Xanadu Enterprises) and “Jim Morrison Ceremony” (ARTS Publications).

For more information, visit www.artspublications.net.

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March 16, 2006 - Posted by | ROCK

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ALICE IN CHAINS Frontman’s Biography ‘Angry Chair’ is Back In Print

ARTS Publications has announced plans to run a new reprint of the biography of late ALICE IN CHAINS frontman Layne Staley, titled “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” (more information), courtesy of Xanadu Enterprises Inc.

According to a press release, journalist-author Adriana Rubio has received a number of e-mails, correspondences and phone calls from Layne‘s fans lately asking for “Angry Chair” copies at a more reasonable price, since this title is out of print and “used” copies are being sold by a big number of online booksellers, who are NOT connected with the author neither the publisher, for over $100, $180 and even for $400.

Layne Staley died in April 2002. He was once on top of the music world as the lead singer for ALICE IN CHAINS and MAD SEASON. “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” is filled with exclusive interviews with his mother, Nancy, his sister, Liz, and Layne himself…as he broke his five-year public silence just months before his death. The book also includes pictures from Layne‘s childhood, drawings, poetry and a lot more.

Adriana Rubio was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a member of “The Latin American Journalists Federation” (FELAP) and also of “The Union Press Workers of Buenos Aires” (UTPBA).

Rubio is an investigative journalist and has published three books in the United States: “Dave Mustaine: Are you Ready to Take the Risk?” (Vantage Press), “Layne Staley: Angry Chair” (Xanadu Enterprises) and “Jim Morrison Ceremony” (ARTS Publications).

For more information, visit www.artspublications.net.

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