This book is inspired by true events but is not a biography.
The truth is My Truth is not The Truth, and that’s as honest as I can be. It’s partially true, rather than painfully true, and I have possibly been economical with the truth, Your Honour.
Basically, I made this sh*t up . . .
While James Blunt’s crimes against music are well-documented, he also has some stories that are not. In Loosely Based On A Made-Up Story, James reveals his most riotous anecdotes to date for your amusement – and his parents’ horror – in this highly anticipated non-memoir.
From his questionable Norfolk roots, eccentric family, boarding school antics, misjudged military service, rise to music stardom and tour escapades, James delves into his (surprisingly) fascinating life to date. What do you do when your mother writes irate emails to the future prime minister defending your honour? What does it take to run a male escort agency? And why exactly should you refrain from crowd-surfing? Find out here, folks . . .
Were the stories in this book grossly exaggerated in an attempt to impress? Maybe. But one thing is for certain: you won’t want to miss it.