Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella

Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella

by Joey Reynolds
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Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella by Joey Reynolds

Joey Reynolds is one of America's most beloved radio personalities. Spinning records as a teenager in Buffalo, Joey quickly became one of the trendsetters of early rock radio. From Miami to Philly to Detroit to New York, wherever Joey went his show was always at the top of the charts. After a detour to Hollywood and a long battle with the bottle, Joey's career went into a long, slow slide. Filled with humorous anecdotes and stories of the many celebrities and rock stars Joey has met, this is the story of a man whose rise, fall, and rise again was fueled by the power of laughter. After finding sobriety, Joey bounced back as always. He now has the number one rated overnight radio talk show in the country and his "stream of consciousness" style and sense of humor are winning new fans every day.

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ISBN-13: 9781578260362
Publisher: Hatherleigh Press
Publication date: 03/28/2000
Series: New Directions Series
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Joey Reynolds is my favorite radio talk show host, with his stream-of-consciousness and no nonsense style! He can shoot the bull without all the BS. He puts his soul where his mouth is about his Life and his sobriety. And he lives the sobriety in real life. He walks the walk and talks the talk. This book makes me want to know more. He is a perfect example of a person who is recovering/recovered. Sober people are the most down-to-earth and grounded people I know. And Joey, is I am proud to say One of the Best ones I know!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Now that I know more about his background, in fact, more than I cared to know, I realize why Joey Reynolds is always speaking about drugs. For someone who has reformed, it seems he is always thinking about it! That is the only thing that really bugs me about his program. He's obsessed with drugs and alcohol. The story is too short and not enough details, but okay to whet your appetite for the next book, I guess.