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The memoir of Otis Lee Crenshaw, Rich Hall's Perrier Award-winning alter ego

'My Old Man's name was Jack Daniels Crenshaw. No surprise what he liked to drink. As a very small child I remember teething - cryin' out savagely for relief. Eventually he would appear over my crib and rub Jack Daniels on his gums until he fell asleep.'

Married six times, all to women named Brenda, Otis Lee Crenshaw's bourbon-fuelled odyssey takes him from the high mountains of East Tennessee to the bottom of the music charts. A man not above faking his own death to sell more records, this is his not quite true story of romance, recidivism, country music, and an unshakeable belief in Marriage at First Sight.

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Otis Lee Crenshaw: I Blame Society
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Laugh out loud funny!!
February 23rd, 2013
Bought this book a few years ago when i 1st got into rich hall aka otis lee crenshaw and have continued to read it again and again, full of little gems that will keep you smiling forwar a long time!!
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