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January 17th 2020: Sex, Drugs, Rock n'Roll w/ Grammy win writer & performer D. L. Byron: Getting the Babes & the Blues

D. L. Byron emerged as a singer songwriter, recording artist and record producer, who is acclaimed for writing the Grammy award winning song, "Shadows of the Night," and his Arista LP "This Day and Age." Yet he was in his forties when he first met his biological mother, of whom he'd gleaned an intuitive awareness, and his seven biological sisters! This upended his identity and previous definitions he'd had of himself. Having been raised by adoptive parents in New Jersey, D. L. experienced abandonment, self-sabotage, substance abuse, heartbreak, and failure along his journey to fame. We'll d

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D. L. Byron is a singer/songwriter, recording artist and record producer. He is renown for his Grammy award winning song, Shadows of the Night, recorded by Pat Benatar. Mr. Byron currently lives in New York City, where he paints, composes, writes poetry, studies Buddhism, and meditates alongside his wife and two children.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3933/dropping-in 18/09/2020 08:00 18/09/2020 09:00 Dropping In https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3933/dropping-in D. L. Byron emerged as a singer songwriter, recording artist and record producer, who is acclaimed for writing the Grammy award winning song, "Shadows of the Night," and his Arista LP "This Day and Age." Yet he was in his forties when he first met his biological mother, of whom he'd gleaned an intuitive awareness, and his seven biological sisters! This upended his identity and previous definitions he'd had of himself. Having been raised by adoptive parents in New Jersey, D. L. experienced abandonment, self-sabotage, substance abuse, heartbreak, and failure along his journey to fame. We'll delve into the personas that imploded during his upbringing and then while navigating the world of the music industry. What enabled this man to find trust, a place of peace, and love? D. L. is also a visual artist who writes poetry, studies Buddhism and practices meditation. His 2019 memoir, Shadows of the Night, details a journey through sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll to authenticity and family. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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