Nevermind, Osman: Dave Grohl learns to fly at the top of the chart

Nevermind, Osman: Dave Grohl learns to fly at the top of the chart

Dave Grohl's The Storyteller (Simon & Schuster) has rocked straight into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot in its first week on sale, selling 50,367 copies through Nielsen BookScan's Total Consumer Market.

Grohl becomes the first musician to swipe the UK top spot since Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run in autumn 2016, and Simon & Schuster's first overall bestseller since just before the pandemic—Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet's World Book Day title Supertato: Books are Rubbish, which hit the top in late February 2020.

This brings to an end the three-week run of Richard Osman's The Man Who ...

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