Hold What You ve Got The Joe Tex Story

This book follows his early days in Texas, his success and struggles on the road, his 25-year recording career, his life-long rivalry with James Brown, his conversion to the Muslim faith, and his triumphant return to show business.

Hold What You ve Got  The Joe Tex Story

Hold What You ve Got The Joe Tex Story


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