Katie Lee's All My Rivers Are Gone

Host Renee Montagne talks with singer and author, Katie Lee about her memoir All My Rivers Are Gone which highlights her discovery and love of the Glen Canyon. Lee chronicles her adventurous life running the rapids of the Grand Canyon in the 1950s. The book is also a memoir of her career in Hollywood and singing in smoky night clubs. (8:36-8:47) Katie Lee's memior, All My Rivers Are Gone: A Journey of Discovery Through Glen Canyon, is published by Johnson Books; ISBN: 1555662285.

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