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Nick Cave’s Bar

A mission to find a mythological watering hole… In June 1999, Aug Stone and his best friend flew to Germany to find the bar they had heard Nick Cave owned in Berlin. They assumed they would get off the plane, ask ‘which way to Nick Cave’s bar?’, and then spend the rest of their time living it up amidst the wild world of its confines. Instead what followed were nine days of confusion, thwarted plans, and perpetual drunken misery. To this day, they’re not sure Nick Cave ever owned a bar in Berlin.

“Road-trip stories are never really about the destination and this one is hilarious, chaotic and character filled…Sort of like a Louis Theroux weird weekend mixed with Withnail & I.” – Susan Sloan, Louder Than War (full review here)

Available at these awesome shops around the world:

Grimey’s (Nashville, TN)

Brookline Booksmith (Brookline, MA)

Repo Records (Philadelphia, PA)

Malaprop’s (Asheville, NC)

City Books (Hove, England)

Happy Valley (Melbourne, Australia)

Atomic Books (Baltimore, MD)

Buch Bund (Berlin, Germany)

Skylight Books (Hollywood, CA)

Northshire Bookstore (Manchester, VT)

Surface Noise (Louisville, KY)

Winzer Records (Palm Springs, CA)

Record Grouch (Brooklyn, NY)

Captured Tracks (Brooklyn, NY)

Brooklyn Record Exchange (Brooklyn, NY)

WORD (Brooklyn, NY)

Static Era Records (Milford, CT)

Planet Records (Cambridge, MA)

Hex Enduction Records & Books (Seattle, WA)

Quimby’s Bookstore (Chicago, IL)

No Alibis Bookstore (Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Green Apple Books (San Francisco, CA)

Randy Now’s Man Cave (Bordentown, NJ)

Skeleton Dust (Dayton, OH)

Visible Voice Books (Cleveland, OH)

Wuxtry Records (Athens, GA)

The Daily Planet (Los Angeles, CA)

Unity Books (Auckland, New Zealand)

Avalanche Records (Edinburgh, Scotland) 

Book People (Austin, Texas)

Red Eye Records, Sydney, Australia

 

Also available on Amazon, Amazon UK, Amazon DE, all other Amazon shops, and Barnes & Noble.

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