Varone shares his thoughts on everything from what it’s like to be a rock star on a bus for weeks on end, to the man-band bonding rituals and endless groupies.
His pages take the reader through his childhood on Long Island, his role in founding Saigon Kick and his bizarre journey through the 80s and 90s rock scene.
In between his rock ‘n roll memoir, Varone tells us how he sees the world in a no-holds barred riff on American culture.
When asked about his book, Varone says "I wrote it as an easy read. So easy, I call it the four shitter. You can read it in four sittings on the toilet, and if you hate it, wipe your ass with the pages. Either way, it's a win, win."
– what makes it so unique and great to what makes it funny and often sad. “This is a wildly original stand-up comedy routine, except the reader is sitting down,” said Lori Perkins, publisher of RAB. “It still makes me want to see his “Sex, Stand Up, Rock & Roll Show” when in gets to NYC.”