True Life Stories About 'the Voice', Vern GosdineBook - 2007
The book ,True Life Stories about, "The Voice", VERN GOSDIN, was written by his personal manager and exclusive agent Dr. Gerald Murray . It covers a time span from when Vern was a little boy including the time he left home. It tells of his troubled life and his choice to never see his father again. It reveals the promise he made to God to never fly again, this is something that was kept a secret by Vern for more than twenty years. The book also covers his last family reunion, tours, personal life matters with his wives and women, his dream trip to Costa Rica. Additionally, it covers different aspects of his music, road tours, and a career overview. The book tells about his life's happenings that caused many of the great songs to go down on paper and then become part of history. It covers, Vern's holiday habits and friends that became his adopted family. In addition, it covers his induction into the Alabama Hall of Fame and the real life things that happened to him and his reaction to some of those. The story has many twists and turns from Costa Rica, fire ant hills in the parking lot at the Nashville Palace, show time in Kansas and the brawl after it. It tells about the California tour with George Jones, the antics along the way, loosing George in Las Vegas, and personal relaxation time. Most of all it tells us about a country legend that dies to soon.
Publisher: [United States] : BookBaby : Made available through hoopla, 2007.
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource