Three Dog Night vocalist and comeback kid Chuck Negron survived the extremes of a hard-living rock 'n' roll star, as chronicled in this biography. Follow Negron's life story, from his days as a '50s doo-wop singer to the legendary Three Dog Night hits (including "Mama Told Me Not to Come" and "Joy to the World") that propelled him into rock 'n' roll history. Also included is never-before-seen archival footage of Three Dog Night.
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