Award winning, legendary record executive Clive Davis has released his memoir appropriately titled "Soundtrack of My Life", in which the 80 year old living legend talks about his relationship with the late (GREAT) Whitney Houston, Simon & Garfunkel, the Grateful Dead and other huge name artists he's had the honor of working with. He also gets personal in his memoir speaking on his sexuality which had been being questioned for years. Davis, at 80 years old explains that he is in fact bisexual and vividly recalls his first sexual encounter with a man which took place more than 30 years ago at a very popular "Studio 54" nightclub in NYC. He remembers the experience saying it was a very "nervous" moment but also "satisfying". He goes on to tell about a "strong monogamous" relationship he had with a man for over 7 years just ending in 2004. Davis hasn't always been with men and explains that he still loves and enjoys women but to ask him to choose would be like telling a lie. "Bisexuality is misunderstood; the adage is that you're either straight or gay or lying, but that's not my experience. To call me anything other than bisexual would be inaccurate." says Davis Who is currently in a relationship with a man and has been for several years. Davis has been married and divorced twice but he doesn't believe a person has to be one thing or another, its about the person, NOT their gender. Who knew after all these years Clive Davis at 80 years old would not only be a legend in his own right but also lending advice on bisexuality. I find Mr. Davis' story to be inspirational not only to those in the music industry but surprisingly enough also to the LGBT community. "Soundtrack Of My Life" published by Simon and Schuster available now at Barnes and Noble and other booksellers.
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