TMZ caught the original Soul Glow man, and personal friend, Clyde R. Jones and chatted with him for a bit about the soul and hair care lifestyle. Also revealed is the movie made last year that Clyde, his brother Joseph, and my boyfriend Billy produced, and I edited called, Who Killed Soul Glow?. Let your soul glow!
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This rarely seen photo of World of Wonder honchos Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey caught with their pants down is just one of many surprising images in the giant coffee table book The World According to Wonder, which drops next week, February 5. The book is all about celebrity, pop culture, and the rocky rise of the onetime pop stars who founded the World of Wonder production company at the very beginning of reality TV. The nearly 400-page book is filled not only with eye-candy photos, but also often-hilarious behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the partners’ triumphs, failures, and often hilarious adventures over 21 years of professional experience. “We’re a production company that’s focused on people considered by many to be marginal or outcasts,” Barbato told the New York Daily News. “We’ve seen a whole new class of celebrities created by reality TV,” said Bailey. “This book is a celebration of that. Some people say reality TV is the end of western civilization. I don’t agree. It could be its finest hour.” (Order your book on Amazon)
We were the spotlight celebrity one night in 1988 at Larry Tee’s Celebrity Club in the basement of New York’s Tunnel club, receiving a physical shout out from DeAundra Peek, Wanda Peek, LaHoma Van Zandt, Trade, Dick Richards, and Albert Crudo, nightlife stars all. We remember that the club had actually closed for the night by the time everyone got around to the honoring, so caught up were they in their dancing. We’re looking at you, DeAundra. Anyway, if you make it to the 4:06 point, you’ll see the cardboard tribute. And, oh yes, that’s James St James holding the B. Not absolutely sure we stayed long enough to witness it ourself. Meanwhile, my god, Trade was a beauty. (Video by Nelson Sullivan, bless him)