Clive Davis has outed himself as bi-sexual.
In his newly published memoir The Soundtrack of My Life, the longtime music mogul says after two marriages ended in divorce, he started dating a man in 1990 and has been in what he calls a "strong, monogamous relationship" with a male the past seven years. He adds that he hadn't been repressed or confused during his marriages and that sex with a man "provided welcome relief."
Now 80, Davis is the chief creative officer of Sony Music Entertainment. He's credited with building and reviving the careers of such A-listers as Santana, Barry Manilow, Aretha Franklin, Rod Stewart and the late Whitney Houston.