Three Dog Nightmare: The Continuing Chuck Negron Story

Three Dog Nightmare: The Continuing Chuck Negron Story

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by Chuck Negron
     
 

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Chuck Negron was the voice of rock & roll in the late 1960s and early 1970s as a lead singer of Three Dog Night. The band sold out stadiums, had 18 consecutive Billboard Top 20 hits, and had all the lavish excesses that fame could buy. For Chuck, that included a {dollar}2000-a-day drug habit.

In Three Dog Nightmare, Chuck Negron shares his story from growing up in a

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Chuck Negron was the voice of rock & roll in the late 1960s and early 1970s as a lead singer of Three Dog Night. The band sold out stadiums, had 18 consecutive Billboard Top 20 hits, and had all the lavish excesses that fame could buy. For Chuck, that included a {dollar}2000-a-day drug habit.

In Three Dog Nightmare, Chuck Negron shares his story from growing up in a tough Bronx neighborhood without a father to reaching the pinnacle of rock & roll stardom. The sex, drugs and rock & roll lifestyle that left him spinning out of control. His story takes you through his decades-long downward spiral, including multiple near-death scares (from how he just missed being at the scene of the Wonderland murders in 1981 to being attacked at gunpoint by a gang member in an abandoned crack house in central LA), and tremendous struggles (more than three dozen failed trips through drug rehabilitation facilities, two failed marriages, and watching the painful drug-related deaths of many friends), to winding up homeless after selling his property to pay off his drug dealers.

But Chuck's story is also one of survival and reinvention. Chuck shares the struggle that led to his ultimate recovery from addiction in 1991 and his 16 years of sobriety. Yet, he is still paying the toll for his years of abuse, including rebuilding his relationship with his family. He shares the new low that he hit in 2005 when he faced the fact that his own son was a heroin addict, and he experienced first-hand the pain he had put his own loved ones through.

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ISBN-13:
9781933669137
Publisher:
Literary Architects, LLC
Publication date:
01/01/2008
Pages:
316
Product dimensions:
5.54(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.65(d)

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