What an amazing book. From one of south Florida true radio legends. From the moment I started reading it, I could not stop. Being there with kid during his time at Power96 and living through some of those moments noted In the book make it surreal, we had the most amazing radio team. Also learning about what kid has gone through and things his strives to do is amazing!
Tony HernandezCome Get Me Mother, I'm Through!
I've known Kid Curry ( aka Kim) for many years now (I pitched Kid on hit records during my 17 years at Warner Brothers Records ( thank u for your kind words about Prince and Purple Rain.. ).. For anyone interested in the history of Top 40 radio in the Miami/Florida region this is a book for you. Kid has been blessed to have worked and learned from some of the best in the biz. We've remained friends ever since... God bless you snd your family my friend and thank you for sharing your stories .. Xo-Greg Lee
Greg LeeCome Get Me Mother, I'm Through!
I loved listening to Kim "Kid" Curry at 96X. I'm fact I was one of those groupies hanging at the station with him and the "Boy Wonder". His incredible journey with MS
and the advocacy by his amazing wife Elizabeth is an incredible read. If you've ever listened to the radio and wondered how it all works then you'll enjoy the "Kid Curry" stories. Excellent book by an amazing storyteller.
Debbie C.Come Get Me Mother, I'm Through!
Very interesting book detailing the radio life and now inspiring life of dealing with disability. Kid Curry is fortunate to have found a soul mate to go with him through his life's journey. Thanks for sharing your story with us! Though miles away during his struggles, this PT wishes she could have made a difference with him!
JHawkPTCome Get Me Mother, I'm Through!
This is a story of spirit, drive and never giving up. From Kid Curry's quest to be program director in a major radio market to his quest to triumph over Multiple Sclerosis, this is a story told with great honesty and heart. It illustrates what is really important in life. I laughed, I cried. For those of us who have been honored to call him friend, this story fills in the blanks. For those who have never known him, this is a story to inspire us when we fall down eight times to get up nine times.