Duran Duran bassist John Taylor's bestselling autobiography, "In the Pleasure Groove: Love, Death, and Duran Duran," is out now in paperback, and fellow band member Nick Rhodes provides an all-new foreword posted online Sept. 24 by publisher Penguin.
In the touching introduction, keyboardist Rhodes reflects on his nearly lifelong friendship with Taylor, writes about the time Taylor's Aston Martin broke down in rush-hour traffic with Rhodes along for the ride, and hints that he too will write a memoir someday.
Rhodes and Taylor famously founded Duran Duran in Birmingham, England, and as Rhodes writes, "If John and I have a vision, we can rely upon each other to make it happen."
Taylor has been back on Twitter of late to promote the paperback. On Sept. 23, he chatted with fans, answering questions and rising to trending status on the social media platform.
And the bassist will be back to chat some more at 4 p.m. EST Sept. 30, Duran has announced on social media.