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The multi-talented man we know as CeeLo Green came into the world as Thomas DeCarlo Calloway, but, as this autobiography makes clear, that name change was only the most visible sign of his numerous metamorphoses. By the time he was seventeen, this Athens, Georgia son of two ministers had lost both parents; indeed, it was the shock of his mother's death that spurred him into a search for creative outlets. He describes his careers as a singer/songwriter/actor/producer as "a continuous evolution in the same direction; not changing directions or destinations. I'm still going there." Think of Everybody's Brother as a ticket to go there with him. Editor's recommendation.