Pat Boone's America: 50 Years (book)
Pat Boone has lived an amazing life of integrity – one that’s especially remarkable given his career field: the entertainment industry. Pat Boone can be called the original American idol – the winner of a 1950s television contest who went on to sell more than 45 million records, have 38 "Top 40" hits on the charts and become the 10th biggest recording artist in rock music history.
But what is really remarkable is that Boone has remained so true to his faith, family values and love of God while being mobbed by screaming teenage girls; starring in Hollywood movies; befriending royalty, presidents and rock stars alike; and staring out from the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. This treasure trove of photos and memoirs finds Pat Boone looking back with signature humor and humility at a half-century of American culture, carefully observing the moments and issues where he has been celebrated or rejected for what he believes in.
"Pat Boone’s America" is set up like a scrapbook of pictures and journal entries. In friendly, funny, down-to-earth prose, Pat Boone gives a first-person account of his life and his views. This hilarious and inspirational romp through his life includes Boone’s perspective on public image, his life growing up, his education and his views on marriage and family.
"What's happened to the America I used to know? Seems like it was here just the other day. Perhaps if we could see what we've lost, and what we could still become in the next 50 years ... " - Pat Boone
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