3 Musicians That Fabricated Their Life Stories

Legendary figures often blur truth with myth, shaping larger-than-life personas through embellished stories, akin to a game of telephone.

Jim Morrison:  Portrayed himself as a sibling-less orphan, masking his family's existence, likely to shield his father's military career.

Bob Dylan:  Claimed carnival work for six years, enhancing his mystique as a wandering troubadour, though untrue.

Lou Reed:  Fabricated numerous life stories, disillusioned by invasive interviews, choosing to craft his narrative freely.