Remo Fernandes’ autobiography is an amalgamation of honesty and power
The author is at his candid best in this memoir that is as much about Goa as it is about his life
Musician Remo Fernandes talks about why he chose to write his autobiography—a task he started a decade back
Remo Fernandes is ‘Still Goan Crazy’
In his autobiography ‘Remo’, out tomorrow, the musician writes about his many loves including his first big romance – Goa
‘Remo’: Journey of a musician, and his city
Goa, for most, is an idyllic getaway. But in the voluminous autobiography of Remo Fernandes, a true-blue Goan, the history and culture of this former Portuguese colony comes alive in its multi-splendoured beauty. The singer, who gave pop/rock and English songs a truly Indian identity, takes us to th
Book review | Remo Fernandes bares it all, from confessions on adultery to being blamed for death of fellow band members-Art-and-culture News , Firstpost
There are some things Remo Fernandes is embarrassed about but he wants to acknowledge in his memoir they did happen. The sexual repression that resulted from his Catholic upbringing is a big theme in this book.
In his memoir, Remo Fernandes takes the reader into the life of a desi rockstar
For Indians who listened to the Bee Gees, The Beatles and Bono in the 1980s, the
Remo – More than just a music star
The Goan singer’s autobiography is more about his life than his music – a well written, honest, candid account.
Remo got his first musical instrument at four. As his memoir shows, he has never stopped since then
An excerpt from ‘Remo: The Autobiography of Remo Fernandes’.
Remo Fernandes: I just want the rest of my life to be one long vacation
In Remo: The Autobiography, Remo Fernandes, the hitmaker behind ‘Humma Humma’ and ‘Maria Pitache’ looks back at his colourful life with the same wit, candour and pluck that define his music