Larry’s in-depth account comes thanks in part to a daily journal he kept during his most challenging years. This autobiography covers his brushes with death, including a skydiving accident that left him with a broken back. He also gives details about his near- death experience after his ATV plunged over a Montana mountainside. “I remember dying. I absolutely remember that. But the doctors brought me back.” Larry also writes about his movie and television acting career, the great Nashville flood of 2010 that destroyed his offices, and shares the reason a real Larry’s Country Diner was never built.
The deluxe, hardback, 300 page book The Cameras Weren’t Always Rollin’ includes 200 rare photos from Larry’s personal collection. Each book costs $24.95 plus $6.95 for shipping.