George Michael's\u00a0Wham! bandmate Andrew Ridgeley\u00a0will publish a\u00a0memoir entitled Wham! George & Me. Penguin Random House imprint Dutton\u00a0said in a press release that the book will focus on the duo's childhood friendship and half-decade heyday as Britain's preeminent pop group. "They made and broke iconic records, they were treated like gods, but they stayed true to their friendship and ultimately to themselves," Dutton wrote, adding, "Andrew\u2019s memoir covers in wonderful detail those years, up until that last iconic concert: the scrapes, the laughs, the relationships, the good and the bad." Wham! formed in 1981 after\u00a0Ridgeley and Michael, grade school mates in\u00a0England, split\u00a0their\u00a0short-lived ska band. The\u00a0pair went on to record three\u00a0platinum albums together\u00a0before retiring Wham! at a sold-out 1986 show in Wembley Stadium. Ridgeley would later release one solo album and try his hand at\u00a0acting and\u00a0auto racing. Michael passed away in 2016; read Spin's tribute here. Wham! George & Me is set for release on October\u00a08. You can pre-order the book here.