Carole King, From Doo-Wopper To Chart Topper

From her working-class childhood to her musical breakthroughs — first as a hit-making songwriter, then as an iconic voice in her own right — Carole King takes readers through a career of exhilarating highs and profound lows

Here are some literary events to jump-start your week. To get your event posted on our calendar, visit our Facebook Your Literary Event page. Please announce your event one week prior to its date. Legendary singer Carole

Legendary singer Carole King will talk about her new memoir, A Natural Woman at the Union Square Barnes & Noble. Hear her on Tuesday, April 10th starting 7 pm (New York, NY) Scientist and author EO Wilson will headline a NYPL Live event called “The

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members John Mellencamp, Smokey Robinson, Carole King, Robbie Robertson and ZZ Top's Billy F. Gibbons and Dusty Hill will be among the presenters for this year's 27th annual induction ceremony, which takes place on April 14

by NPR Staff Carole King was in a doo-wop group called the Co-Sines when she was a teenager. Carole King was in a doo-wop group called the Co-Sines when she was a teenager. Carole King has an armful of Grammy Awards and countless Top 10 hits,