Subtitled, "the mind-blowing guide to all things music by the world's funniest band", the blurb promises the book "will tell you everything you need to know to be a music genius - with bizarre tales, absurd history and unbelievable facts."
Referring to the Taskmaster star who fronts the group, it adds: "Band leader Alex Horne has also added some special tasks throughout the book, so readers will be making their own music in no time at all - without even leaving the house!"
The Horne Section are Alex Horne (band leader), Joe Auckland (trumpet and banjo), Mark Brown (saxophone and guitar), Will Collier (bass and guitar), Ben Reynolds (drums and percussion) and Ed Sheldrake (keyboards).
It was announced in November that they will tour live format The Horne Section's Hit Show between March and November 2024, and - as previously revealed by British Comedy Guide - the band are also working on a second series of their Channel 4 sitcom, The Horne Section TV Show.
The Horne Section - Make Some Noise: The Mind-Blowing Guide To All Things Music By The World's Funniest Band
The funniest band in the world, The Horne Section (fronted by Taskmaster's Alex Horne), tell you everything you need to know to be a music genius - with bizarre tales, absurd history and unbelievable facts.
With FUNNY tales, ABSURD history and UNBELIEVABLE facts, this mind-blowing guide to music can help anyone become a sound-making sensation.
In this book, you'll find answers to those all-important questions, such as:
- Why is cabbage the key to musical genius?
- Which is the fartiest of all the instruments?
- Which song has the FUNNIEST lyrics of all time?
Band leader Alex Horne has also added some special tasks throughout the book, so readers will be making their own music in no time at all - without even leaving the house!
First published: Thursday 25th July 2024
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