Tiffany Murray: My Family and Other Rock Stars

 

In the late 1970s Tiffany Murray lived with her mum, Joan, at Rockfield, the legendary recording studios where some of the most famous rock albums of all time were recorded. Her days were spent running around the farm, making friends with local wildlife and helping out with the endless array of dishes her mum creates to keep the bands fed.  

In her book, My Family and Other Rock Stars, she tells the truly unique story of growing up in a rural idyll, of Cordon Bleu cookery and of a childhood where the chances of bumping into Freddie Mercury playing piano, or a group of Hell’s Angels turning up to record for Lemmy, or even the hope of David Bowie appearing, were as normal as hopscotch and homework.