Guest Interview September 4, 2013
Paul Anka

He caused pandemonium among teenaged girls in the late '50s, sold millions of records and had his songs recorded by the likes of Buddy Holly, Barbra Streisand and Frank Sinatra; now Paul Anka is in the red chair. Lives like Paul's are too epic to fit onto a web page, so the good news is he's finally written his autobiography. 'My Way' is filled with stories about the people Paul's met: from Elvis Presley and Sinatra to Michael Jackson and his teen love, the late Annette Funicello.

Paul has a new book out, 'My Way: An Autobiography', and a new disc called 'Duets'.


THE BIO: Paul Anka

PHOTO: Mind If I Take A Seat? Of Course You Don't, I'm Paul Anka



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