Randy Owen is the lead singer and main man of Alabama, the most successful country band of all time. Since signing with RCA Records in 1980, the band has sold a staggering 73 million albums and earned two Grammys, eight Country Music Awards, and even their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Still, with all of that success, Owen did have problems, struggles and dark years including a bout with depression and bipolar syndrome. He writes about those demons as well as many other things including a history of the band, the love of his life, his indomitable faith, and his new life as a solo performer.
This is an interesting book for Alabama fans and for anyone who wanted to know if the rich and famous had problems. Turns out they do.