Anyone who’s a fan of music will probably know the name Clive Davis, he’s high profile record producer and music industry executive, and he’s just release a new memoir.
Rolling Stone Magazine
says it details his interactions with a wide range of artists over nearly five decades. He recounts his early years with Columbia Records where he haggled with Bob Dylan and he a relates how he told Bruce Springsteen's manager Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J., needed a few more radio-friendly songs – which resulted in Springsteen adding "Blinded by the Light" and "Spirit in the Night" to the finished record.
He reveals he is bisexual, which might overshadow the other parts of the book that no doubt will reveal some juicy stories about the music biz and prove to be a good read for music fans.