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Tony Muggs grew up on the Eastside of Detroit under the contrails of City Airport.  He was a happy kid, a dreamer who loved playing  sports. Tony’s parents divorced when he was 5, but he found comfort as the middle child of three boys, adding sister Sara, when his father remarried. Though always the smallest kid in Catholic school, Tony was a natural student and a creative thinker. By the time he made it to Notre Dame Catholic College prep in Harper Woods the fates had taken notice. It was there that he met his lifelong friend and musical collaborator, Danny "Muggs" Methric.  "Danny and I had a mutual love for all things Beatles,” says Tony, “but it was in our early twenties that we fell in love with the blues.”

Tony credits his father, Frankie, and Danny's step dad, Mike with.......

A self reflective, self deprecating and honest autobiography about the author, Tony Muggs life and passion for being a world class musician while also navigating being a stroke survivor.  Tony grew up on the Eastside of Detroit and interweaves memories of his youth, meeting his best friend in high school with whom he forged an unbelievable friendship that turned into a lifelong journey on the Detroit music scene with his blues rock band, The Muggs.  A story of perseverance and having the will to never give up and follow your dreams no matter what it takes.

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