As one would imagine, this book fulfills the classic rock and roll stereotypes. There is talk of love, parties, drugs, and anything else you can imagine. While the rock and roller himself is written as having good intentions and a sincere love of music, not everyone will enjoy this book. It is definitely suited best for die hard rockers, so to speak. Again, while the musician is not played as the "bad guy," the book still includes mature topics and takes the Lord's name in vain (things to know). There are excerpts in the back that detail songwriting. Some are profound, others are mediocre.