Herndon is `Living' with honesty

Price, Deborah Evans
July 1996
Billboard;7/13/96, Vol. 108 Issue 28, p34
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of Ty Herndon's sophomore album `Living In a Moment' on August 27, 1996 on Epic Records. Details of Herndon's arrest in June 1995 on charges of drug possession and indecent exposure; Effect of the arrest on Herndon's career; Epic senior vice president Doug Johnson as producer of the new album; Label's marketing strategies for the new release.


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