All Sober All-Stars
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A distinguished clinical psychologist and author known for her expertise in addressing co-occurring mental health challenges such as trauma and drug addiction.
Emmy nominee turned award-winning composer, TV maestro, and guitar virtuoso, celebrated in a captivating documentary.
Versatile author, performer, talk show host excels in SNL, Comedy Central, and "Game Changers.
Circus clown turned award-winning actor and filmmaker, this versatile artist makes impactful contributions to theater and film, with honors including a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award.
A three-decade transformative journey from addiction recovery patient to Divisional President at Acadia Healthcare.
The lead guitarist of the pioneering psychedelic rock band found "true freedom" in sobriety.
The two-time Grammy nominee has released a new memoir, "TransElectric: My Life as a Cosmic Rock Star."
A legend of the genre and inspiration for "The Blues Brothers," he's been sober since '88.
The actor, singer, writer, producer and vocal coach has worked with legends from the Bay Area to Broadway.
He helped grow Subway into a worldwide fast-food juggernaut — and spoke up about his recovery as a corporate leader.
A stand-up comedian and speaker who's performed worldwide — and always remained committed to recovery causes.
The heavyweight boxing championship contender notched his greatest victory over addiction.
The Australian rocker and dynamite vocalist leads a life of "abundance, love and meaningful relationships" in sobriety.
Recovery is "a promise to myself," says the longtime musician, now with Whitey Morgan and the 78's.
The drummer of rock band The Del Fuegos founded Right Turn, a treatment program for substance use and mental health issues.
Long-distance swimmer and subject of the new documentary "Swim Tuff: How I Swam My Way Out of the Bottle."
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, bassist for the Go-Go's and memoirist has been rocking recovery for 34 years.
The two-time Olympic figure skater and '70s sports sensation reflects on a decade and a half of sobriety.
"Ten years sober, and destiny brought me here." The singer rediscovered music in recovery and shares her journey fearlessly.
The speaker and wellness coach recently decided to go public with her sobriety: "We're only as sick as our secrets."
The record executive, memoirist and recovery advocate signed Metallica and worked with Cyndi Lauper and the Misfits.
Grammy Award–winning songwriter and producer who has worked with Ringo Starr, Aerosmith, Harry Nilsson, Cher and more.
Lead singer of Flame and Renegade whose vocals have elevated art rock albums, community choirs and much more.
Hip-hop artist and recovery advocate who tackles his demons and celebrates his triumphs in his music.
Rock drummer for 50 years and counting, touring with Thunderhead and Johnny Winter; proudly sober for 13.
Lead singer of Goldie and the Gingerbreads; author of "Lollipop Lounge: Memoirs of a Rock and Roll Refugee."
Songwriter for Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Willie Nelson and many others; director of creative recovery at Recovery Unplugged.
Acclaimed bassist for 5-time Grammy nominated Shemekia Copeland, Cyndi Lauper, Graham Parker and more.
Actress, singer, recovery advocate and founder of the Lenny Bruce Foundation; opened for George Carlin and Diana Ross.
Drummer for Godsmack for 20 years shares what recovery and sobriety mean to him.
Host of the weekly radio talk show "Clean and Sober," heard on many stations across America.
Multitalented bassist and singer who has toured with KISS, The Scorpions, James Brown and Ozzy Osbourne.
Musician, actor and host of Little Steven's Underground Garage on SiriusXM.
Certified professional coach and counselor who directed mental health and addiction services at MusiCares.
Heavy metal bassist and radio host who has recorded and toured with Ozzy Osbourne, Dio and Quiet Riot.
Musician collaborating with artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Spyro Gyra and Beyoncé, now 47 years sober.
The lead guitarist and founding member of multiplatinum rock band Great White is now a proudly sober recovery advocate.
Drummer, guitarist, vocalist and founding member of two of the most influential bands in rock history: Free and Bad Company.
Life coach and leadership advisor who lived — and escaped — the Miami drug scene of the Pablo Escobar era.
Drummer, lecturer, writer and motivator. Best known as the drummer for 22 of Billy Joel's Top 40 hits.
Chances are that Kasim's accomplishments are an indelible part of your daily playlist, whether you realize it or not.
The former host of "120 Minutes" on MTV now digs into recovery on his podcast, "Sound, Sobriety and Success."
The composer, writer, radio host — and now rapper — shares original songs, sobriety tips and raw experiences from recovery.
After a near-fatal overdose, the former Hed PE and Korn guitarist now hosts Rock to Recovery Radio.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee with 36 years of sobriety sings about his own addiction and recovery experience.
The Motels singer-songwriter lost her daughter to opioid addiction, and she has become a voice for recovery. Listen to her songs about love and loss.
The extreme distance runner is no stranger to conquering hardship.
The comedian and original Geico caveman brings laughs and wisdom to addiction recovery.
The Southern punk and former Water Liars rocker quit drinking and embraced sobriety during the pandemic.