Between Wyomings is a fascinating read, with colorful stories, melancholic musings and a powerful testimony. It begins with a cross-country road trip with his wife, in a van they’ve appropriately named Moses. The pages show a life of pride and humility, excess and lack, emptiness and fullness, and a life lived for self then a life lived for God. Perhaps because of his decades of experience in the music business, Ken writes in a way that is almost lyrical. If I listen hard enough, I can almost hear the melody and cadence of his life. Several times I even laughed out loud, at both his stories and his humor. I was particularly touched by his passion for Jesus.
By Ken Mansfield
Join Ken Mansfield on a road trip through the canyons of Hollywood, the outlaw alleys of Nashville, and the backstreets of his soul as this Grammy Award-winning producer recreates his journey through the lush landscapes of success and the deserts that led him home.
For three decades, Ken Mansfield lived the heady life of a record executive and friend to such cultural icons as the Beach Boys, the Beatles, Dolly Parton, and Waylon Jennings. Along the way, he collected a Grammy, number-one albums, and a disquiet that he pushed soul-deep. Between Wyomings invites readers to travel with him on a tender journey that calls readers to reflect on the highways of their own lives and the deserts that press them into the heart of a Creator who has been there all along. As Ken discovers, sometimes when we see how lost we are, we can finally begin to find home.