Beastie Boys audiobook to be read by all-star cast including Jarvis Cocker, Amy Poehler, Will Ferrell and more

The group's new memoir, the 'Beastie Boys Book', is due next week

The audiobook version of the upcoming Beastie Boys memoir is set to feature an all-star cast of narrators, with readers including Jarvis Cocker, Amy Poehler, Will Ferrell and many more.

The Beastie Boys Book is set to be published on Tuesday (October 30). The memoir, which has been compiled by the pioneering group’s two surviving primary members Ad-Rock and Mike D, promises to tell the story of the Beastie Boys “in their own words”.

The full list of guest contributors to the memoir’s audiobook version has now been released, with plenty of prominent names being listed among the extensive collection of narrators.

As well as the aforementioned likes of Cocker, Poehler and Ferrell, such names as Kim Gordon, Snoop Dogg, Ben Stiller, Chloë Sevigny, John Stewart, Nas and Steve Buscemi have all also recorded parts of the Beastie Boys Book for its upcoming audiobook release.

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See the full list of readers for the audiobook version of the Beastie Boys Book below.

Steve Buscemi
Tim Meadows
Ada Calhoun
Bette Midler
Bobby Cannavale
Mix Master Mike
Exene Cervenka
Nas
Roy Choi
Yoshimi O
Jarvis Cocker
Rosie Perez
Elvis Costello
Amy Poehler
Chuck D
Kelly Reichardt
Nadia Dajani
John C. Reilly
Snoop Dogg
Ian Rogers
Will Ferrell
Maya Rudolph
Crosby Fitzgerald
Rev Run
Randy Gardner
Luc Sante
Kim Gordon
Kate Schellenbach
Josh Hamilton
MC Serch
LL Cool J
Chloë Sevigny
Spike Jonze
Jon Stewart
Pat Kiernan
Ben Stiller
Talib Kweli
Wanda Sykes
Dave Macklovitch
Jeff Tweedy
Rachel Maddow
Philippe Zdar
Michael Diamond
Adam Horovitz

Ad-Rock and Mike D will promote the upcoming memoir with a book tour, which will visit London for a one-off date on November 30.

In a recent interview, the duo also discussed the loss of their third member Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch and their battles with bankruptcy. Addressing the task of writing about their bandmate’s death, Mike D said: “It’s really hard. It’s a tremendously sad thing. We never anticipated experiencing this incredible loss of our friend and partner dying, and dying the way he did. It’s still sad.