Clive Davis, the man who made a wide range of artists into hitmakers from Janis Joplin to Alicia Keys, and who is currently a chief creative officer at Sony Music, is coming out with a new memoir titled the Soundtrack of My Life.
In his book, he talks about his role as executive for then CBS Records, and later the now two defunct labels Arista and J. he also discusses efforts in helping his protégé Whitney Houston (who died last year) combat her drug addiction. Yet, there is one key fact that is already getting the bulk of attention. Davis also reveals that he is bisexual, and has already been in two relationships with men in the past twenty years. The legendary music mogul had actually admitted the fact on ABC’s Nightline, while promoting his book, which was published today by Simon & Schuster.
In other music news, a new Led Zeppelin reunion could be on its way for 2014. Frontman Robert Plant recently announced on an Australian version of 60 Minutes, that he is open for another opportunity to once again reunite with former bandmates Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (with Jason Bonham taking over for his late father, John). However, the talk of the reunion has not been confirmed, and there could be more information about the fact in the future. Plant, Page, and Jones last reunited at London’s O2 Arena in December 2007, and it was released on DVD and CD as Celebration Day.