Could It Be Forever?

Could It Be Forever?

My Story

Book - 2007
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In the early 1970s, when he was just 20 years old, David Cassidy achieved the sort of teen idol fame that is rarely seen. He was mobbed everywhere he went. His clothes were regularly ripped off by adoring fans. He sold records the world over. He was bigger than Elvis. And all thanks to a hit TV show called The Partridge Family . David Cassiday, in his own words, gives a brutally frank account of those mindblowing days of stardom in which being David Cassidy played second fiddle to being Keith Partridge. Including stories of sex, drugs, and rock'n'roll that explode the myth of Cassidy as squeaky clean, it is also the story of how to keep on living life and loving yourself when the fickle fans fall away. David Cassidy is also the author of C'mon, Get Happy: Fear and Loathing on the Partridge Family Bus. 
Publisher: London : Headline, 2007
ISBN: 9780755315796
Call Number: 780.2 C2732a
Characteristics: xi, 371 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: My story


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Now 67 years old - Actor/singer/songwriter, David Cassidy (who filed for bankruptcy in 2015) was once the highest-paid solo performer in the world.

Back in his 20s - Cassidy's rabid, teeny-bopper fan-base was so out of control that it actually surpassed that of Elvis Presley's.

In this auto-biography (from 2007) titled "Could It Be Forever?" - Cassidy offers the curios reader a fairly candid story, outlining the highs and lows of being a teen-idol mega-star who inevitably fades away into obscurity.

If you are someone who enjoys reading celebrity memoirs - "Could It Be Forever?" (which also includes a multi-page photo gallery) is sure to spark your interest.

*Note* - On Feb. 20, 2017 - David Cassidy announced that he was living with dementia, and, with that, he would be retiring from performing.


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