A commanding memoir that stands the test of time. After all, who doesn’t like a bit of moonlight magic?
"Moonlight Feels Right" by Starbuck, a group in which Bruce Blackman was the frontman with his familiar white cap, became one of the top-selling songs of the ’70s and is still played in 54 countries across the globe. This is a captivating story about an entertainer, his journey, and his song.
In the mid-1970s, an award-winning Tampa Bay news anchor finds himself at the forefront of an international drug-smuggling investigation. In this recollection of true events, Paul and his wife Janie take a hard look at how they got there. Their daughter, author Lisa Hayes, pens the journey.