In the midst of selling records and becoming a musical superstar, BJ Thomas was battling demons and trying to kick a bad habit.

His song “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head” for the movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” catapulted him to superstardom and added to his accolades, including two platinum records, five Grammy Awards and 15 Top 40 Hits.

But his biggest struggle was stopping his million-dollar addiction to drugs.

Now, he’s back in the music scene and released a new album, “Love To Burn.”

Thomas talks with Growing Bolder about his start as a 14-year-old church choir singer and his plans for the future.