Shock, that this could happen to anyone... especially here in America in this day and age.
GRESHAM, Wisconsin (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
In his new biography “I Will Sing My Songs Again: The Inconceivable Life Story of Ronnie Fuller” (published by iUniverse), Jason Fuller shares the story of his father Ronnie Fuller, an accomplished musician and songwriter from Wisconsin.
Jason describes his father – an author, international songwriter, musician and entrepreneur – as a person familiar with strife and adversity. Ronnie spent most of his youth struggling with health issue and finding his only solace in singing and playing the guitar. Ronnie’ father shuffled him through talent contests, even landing him a television performance at just 7 years old.
Ronnie enjoyed success as a musician, performing with many bands in the Midwest. He would go on to land a seven-year contract performing on stage as a musician in Las Vegas after impressing the right people with his recordings.
Ronnie was eventually diagnosed with Ankylasing Spondylitis, a condition that would have a heavy bearing on the rest of his life. He returned to Wisconsin, receiving treatment at a clinic and starting a long span of being prescribed what Jason describes as “…an enormous amount of medications,” leading him to ultimately file a medical malpractice lawsuit.
“The way the court case was handled is unprecedented and unbelievable for a court case that was handled in the United States of America,” says Jason.
When asked what he would like readers to take away from “I Will Sing My Songs Again,” Jason replied starkly, saying, “Shock, that this could happen to anyone... especially here in America in this day and age.”
About the Author
Jason Fuller was born in the small Wisconsin town of Gresham into a family of poverty and disability. He spent his first 26 years of life dealing with his ill father and all the nightmares that go with the welfare system in Wisconsin.
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