If Tomorrow Never Comes
Alone against an industry, a songwriter and author fights to regain control of his life
"If Tomorrow Never Comes: Poetic Justice, The Unsung Story", is a true story about the person who wrote the lyrics to over a hundred number one hit songs.
Published on LatinoLA: November 18, 2008
Follow the writer as he takes you through a world of deceit and deception and scandal beyond his wildest dreams. The true author of the words to some of the most successful selling songs in history finally speaks out to set the record straight and to expose those behind it all.
Alone against an industry and fighting to regain control of his life, one man overcomes all odds to bring you his amazing and true story.
My book is about the corruption in the law enforcement community in my hometown and their direct link to the music industry and all of its most popular stars. The greed, the blatant disregard for civil and constitutional rights and the oppression my family has been subjected to will amaze you.
Garth Brooks, Dixie Chicks, Brooks and Dunn, Shania Twain, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Creed, Nickleback, Tupac, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Mariah Carey, Kenny Chesney, Randy Travis, Vince Gill, Travis Tritt, Alan Jackson, Skid Row, Boys To Men, Tom Petty, Reba McIntyre, Toby Keith, Jodee Messina, Lorrie Morgan, Warrant, Lincoln Park, Chely Wright, Shenendoah, Prince, Four Non Blondes, Pam Tillis, Trisha Yearwood, Leanne Rimes, Marty Stuart, Bryan White, Bonnie Raitt, Eric Clapton, Brad paisley, Rascall Flats, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Deana Carter, Don Henley, and Patty Smythe are just a few of the artists that are directly or indirectly involved.
I never recieved a dime for any of my work and they all have become famous and extremely wealthy using my words. Almost every record-breaking album in all genres of music and all record breaking artists accomplished these feats using my words.
Let me put this completely in perspective for you.
Garth Brooks is the highest selling artist of all time, he's sold more than the Beatles and more than the Rolling Stones. Eighteen of his number one hits were written by me.
It is such an incredible story that I decided to write a book about it to let the world know the truth and to let the industry know that I wasn't going to be looking over my shoulder for the rest of my life because they don't want their best kept secret becoming public knowledge.
I have been told that if only 25 percent of the information and facts in my book are true it would still be an amazing story. I'm here to tell you that everything in it is true.
Believe it because I lived the life that I wrote about.
Anybody who listens to music will love this book.
After living through twenty years of the oppression that the music industry and police in his hometown have put him and his family through, he is grateful that his chance to tell you his incredible story has finally arrived.