So, is Jon Early’s Biography the truth, the whole truth or perhaps some version of the truth? It’s really difficult to say due to the one fact I am sure the US Military never came direct. They were confident of their ability to fool the World. When the top brass realized this enlisted eighteen years old fooled, duped, and took the US Army for a ride the General screeched & howled exterminate I will crucify Jake Lavelle. Then “Blacklisted in America” a true account is a want to read. People deserve to know the facts and in turn, may self-help themselves as well as others. Jon Early’s book of poetry, prose, artwork, and photos from the time 1950s, 1960s, and the early 1970s was just released & for sale on Amazon. “Blacklisted in America” by Violette Early will launch on Amazon June 11, 2018. In 1963, Jon recorded in Europe with Doo Whoop Paradise records “Darling Come to Me” by Jon Early and it’s on YouTube. Subject: article & book review: Tuesday, April 10, 2018, 1:01 PM. From: owomi oduburu, Undoubtedly, the didactic works of John Early should be compared with that of notable writers like Mark Twain, Edgar Allan Poe, etc. for his impeccably highly educative analytical works of arts. (Blacklisted in America) by “Violette Early” is dedicated to her noble husband John Early who has contributed immensely in the entertainment industry before his demise in 2005.
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The voice of the author: I am with certainty an expert source about someone who almost made it in spite of the cleverly & silently restrain placed on Jon’s soul. We assumed because of his complexion (color) was the reason Jon had little work. We are talking about the fifties, sixties, and seventies. If they had their token color singer, actor, entertainer, comedian, and/or color artist, you were shit-out-of-luck. We were entrepreneur’s Jon with his talent and me, the organizer and promoter. If the color was, what we were up against it could have been a walk-in-the-park? We were clueless; let me explain why we did not stand –a –chance. Regardless, and do not forget I said not a clue; we gave it all we had. Author: Violette: lives in Palm Desert, CA with her jolly & swinging daughter, with her neighbor’s ear up against her bedroom wall and my ugly and empty bank account.