Forbert finds the right balance
At just 24, Forbert's first two albums -- "Alive on Arrival" and "Jackrabbit Slim" -- were being universally praised, and his "Romeo's Tune" became a smash hit single that's still heard regularly on the radio today. But what followed for the Meridian, Miss., native was a topsy-turvy, 40-year ride through the popular music scene -- and life in general -- a ride that he chronicles in his recently released autobiography.
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