Thu, 3 November 2016
RCA RECORDING ARTIST/ACTOR/ENTREPRENEUR
Leon Everette was a successful RCA country music recording artist when he walked away from the music business while still on the top on the charts. His music career peaked between 1977 and 1985. He recorded eight studio albums, including five for the RCA Nashville label. He charted several singles during this time. He reached the top 10 of the country music charts with the singles "Over", "Giving Up Easy", "Hurricane", "Midnight Rodeo", "Just Give Me What You Think Is Fair", "Soul Searchin'", "My Lady Loves Me (Just as I Am)" and "I Could'a Had You". His story is phenomenal and is very inspirational. He didn’t shy away from any of the painful details. He was very candid and brutally honest. I’m glad he shared his story with us.