My good friend and fellow author, John B. Meilink, has just published his third book, The Unruly Guitarist: "Thank you, Modesto, and Good Night!". I haven't read it yet, but will just as soon as I find an afternoon or two when a dozen or more critical projects are not demanding my time and effort.
The author is a professional musician, and when he isn't holding a piece of wood in each hand and hitting stuff with them, he's living the life of a musician. Although he might deny it, many of the situations in this book are based on real life events.
I can't say it's an excellent read, since I haven't read it yet, but if it's anything like his first two books it's worth reading.