Nico: Songs They Never Play on the Radio

Nico: The Life and Lies of an Icon

Author: James Edward Young

The story of Nico, former model, film actress, singer with the Velvet Underground and darling of Andy Warhol’s factory. In 1982 Nico was living in Manchester, alone and interested only in feeding her heroin habit. Local promoter Dr Demetrius saw an opportunity, hired musicians to back her, rented a decrepit van and set off with Nico and the band on a disastrous tour of Ita….Read More

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