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Willy Potts is Gary Hendler's guest on this edition of Clean and Sober Radio. Willy is an American contemporary composer and pianist. He has written songs and played with many well known artists. His biggest success is his recovery. Willy has achieved 27 years of sobriety, while overcoming many trials and tribulations. One of his big challenges has been living with the rare disease Spina Bifida, which he was diagnosed with at birth. Willy is truly a winner.
On this edition of Clean and Sober Radio, host Gary Hendler welcome's life long friend David Sussman as his guest co-host. Their guest is Don Tollefson, best known for being a sportscaster on ABC affiliate WPVI-TV (1975-1990). After an illustrious television career, Don made some terrible decisions which ended in state prison. He has come back on a mission to help those, as he was, addicted to drugs and alcohol. He has a great story of hope. His insight and unique perspective on sobriety is inspirational to anyone who meets him.
On this edition of Clean and Sober Radio, host Gary Hendler and co-host Mark Sigmund are joined by friends in sobriety David Sussman and Larry M. They discuss their personal experiences with addiction and recovery, providing insight to navigating through the disease of addition.
On this edition of Clean and Sober radio, host Gary Hendler's guest is rock legend Kim Simmonds. He formed the 60’s and 70’s rock band Savoy Brown, which had hits such as “Hellbound Train” and “Train to Nowhere.” With Simmond’s fame, also came his abuse of alcohol that nearly killed him. Fortunately he has a recovery story to tell.
On this edition of Clean and Sober Radio, host Gary Hendler's guest is Bill Schmincke. He, along with his wife Tammy started the "Stop the Heroin Walk" in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This event came about as a result of their son Steven overdosing on heroin three years ago. We will be discussing Stevens life and how his death affected his family and how they are giving back.