Blues Traveler's John Popper Reveals Autobiography Plans

(The Blues) Blues Traveler frontman John Popper will publish his autobiography in March, he's confirmed. And the singer, guitarist and harmonica player says working on Suck And Blow (And Other Stories I'm Not Supposed To Tell) was a valuable opportunity for introspection.

The jam band grew out of a school group formed by Popper and drummer Brendan Hill in 1987, and they released 12th album Blow Up The Moon this past April.

Popper, 48, tells Billboard: "As I creep ever more treacherously close to the half-century mark, while at the same time beginning a new life with a young wife and new baby, I figured this would be the perfect time to look back." Read more here.

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