Music legend Clive Davis is bisexual and has a new memoir that provides details of it. Davis who is credited with discovering the legendary songstress Whitney Houston as well as signing Bruce Springsteen and Aerosmith, revealed his bisexuality in his new memoir titled The Soundtrack of My Life which hits stores Tuesday.
Davis, a music mogul and twice-divorced father of four, wrote of his first relationship with a man. According to Davis, the relationship came around 30 years ago during his Studio 54 era.
Davis met a man at the club. Davis wrote in his memoir: “Was I nervous? Absolutely. Did the heavens open up? No. But it was satisfying.”
Davis interviewed with journalist, turned talk show host Katie Couric and stated that some people are attracted to both men and women: “I’m still attracted to women,” he says. “You don’t have to be only one thing or another. For me, it’s the person.” He told Couric.
Davis also added that he was in a monogamous relationship with one man for 13 years beginning in 1990, and he’s been with another man for the past seven.
Davis also wrote in his book that he had concern for Whitney Houston’s physique. He referred to her as “skeletal”.
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