A child prodigy from Brooklyn who went from the hallowed halls of Harvard Law to being a “hippie yenta” at Warhol’s Factory, Danny Fields lived a punk-rock fantasy—long before punk even had a name. Fast friends with Nico and Edie Sedgwick, Fields served as publicist for bands like The Stooges and the Ramones, garnering them major label deals, and was the journalist who broke John Lennon’s “more popular than Jesus” gaffe. Full of outrageous, hilarious anecdotes recounted by counterculture heroes Iggy Pop and Justin Vivian Bond (among many others), Danny Says is essential viewing for any self-respecting music fan.