Morris Day Memoir Available November 5th, 2019
diverged, but because, even when their paths did diverge, they always intersected again. Each artist lifted the other up, pushing one another to be something bigger and better than they thought themselves capable of. There was plenty of one-upmanship and some (un)healthy competition, but the respect Day and Prince had for one another never wavered, from the time they met in junior high until His Royal Badness’s untimely death in 2016.
On Time recounts Day’s fight to overcome cocaine addiction, his search for meaning in both music and romance, and his subsequent second-act success by once again leading The Time, whose music is his lifeblood and soul. Day’s book is a comprehensive, free-wheeling extension of his music–the ride is wild and the funk unfiltered.
Morris Day is an American musician, composer, and actor best known as the lead singer of The Time. He also starred alongside Prince in the cult classic film Purple Rain. Day lives in Las Vegas.
David Ritz is a Grammy Award winner and the only four-time winner of the Gleason Music Book Award. He won the 2013 ASCAP Timothy White Award for outstanding musical biography for When I Left Home, written with Buddy Guy. He has collaborated with Ray Charles, Marvin Gaye, B.B. King, Etta James, and Smokey Robinson. Ritz lives in Los Angeles with his wife.