He calls it Intelligence for Your Life. We call John Tesh’s message a sorely needed dose of optimism. Catch up with one of the most interesting and thougtful voices on radio today.
From an early age, Reggie Wells knew he was different. He was born in the 1940s, grew up black in a mostly white town, and realized from an early age that he was gay. Today, he’s a make-up artist to the stars and credits his struggles with his success.
His life was one of abuse and rejection. The more he suffered, the stronger his resolve. No one believed in him, until a chance meeting with a fledgling talk show host changed everything.