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My Story by  Tommy Hunter - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1985 - from Kayleighbug Books and

My Story

by Hunter, Tommy

Condition: Good

Agincourt, Ontario: Methuen, 1985. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Good. Signed. 328 pages; Signed on the half-title by Tommy Hunter as well as by two additional unknown individuals.tells how Tommy Hunter first "broke into" show business, how he came to Toronto in response to a phone call from King Ganam, how he survived the first tough years in the big city and how he struggled to make "The Tommy Hunter Show" the kind of country and western program he wanted it to be.TOMMY HUNTER - My Story - an intimate encounter with Canada's favourite country and western star, a book filled with warmth, good humour and lively anecdotes.


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