Shep Gordon delivers the ultimate back-door pass into the world of entertainment - the industry of fun and joy. This man had enough time to work with the best of the best in the business, and that means he's got some stories to tell. He's a real legend, and he's been a producer, a manager, an agent - you name it - for the biggest names in the industry, including Alice Cooper, Jimi Hendrix, Teddy Pendergrass and even Sylvester "Sly" Stallone himself.
Yes, Shep knows some people, and he's pretty much the only guy who can grant you access to a universe that you would never be allowed to enter before. Oh, and by the way, Gordon is also good friends with...Dalai Lama! So, with that said, it shouldn't come to you as a surprise that the critics are naming They Call Me Supermensch the most revealing and exciting memoir of the year. You simply can't outrun somebody as iconic as this guy.
As for the book, it truly is both exciting and entertaining, and Shep puts his amazing writing skills to good use on every single page. By the way, he started off as a shy, confused, scared little Jewish kid who could never dream he would have such a fascinating life and career. This story begins in Long Island and follows the brilliant rise of one of the greatest (and most respected) figures in show business for the last 5 to 10 decades.
Folks love him for his honesty, charisma, and, of course, big talents, most of which you'll learn about only if you read They Call Me Supermensch from beginning to end. So, if you're a fan of rich, colorful, engaging memoirs, grab Shep Gordon's latest masterpiece at your local store and enjoy!