Paul Shaffer Audiobook

From Paul Shaffer, lifelong music junkie, longtime leader of David Letterman‘s group, and hipster, comes a hilarious, endearing, frank, and star-studded memoir of a life in-and love of-show business.

How can a child go to a show directing the group on Letterman as well as the glowing lights of Broadway from a remote Canadian town in the end of Lake Superior? This publication is the response to that question of Paul Shaffer. From playing seedy strip joints in Toronto, to his first valid job from school-which found him working with future stars (and pals) Gilda Radner, Martin Short, and Eugene Levy-to being first musical director of the nascent Saturday Night Live and helping to form the Blues Brothers, to being onstage every night with Dave and playing using the finest musicians of our time, Shaffer has lived the supreme showbiz life.

Now, in this hilarious, amusing, and frank memoir-in which he dishes on everyone from John Belushi and Jerry Lewis to Mel Gibson and Britney Spears-Paul gives us the complete behind the scenes story of his life, from banging out pop melodies on the piano in the age of twelve to directing the group nightly in the Sullivan Theater.

Download the audiobook here.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA. - JANUARY 25: Paul Schaffer & daughter Victor

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