NEW YORK (AP) — Little Anthony of Little Anthony and the Imperials says he should have died three times. Instead, he’s lived long enough to tell his life story. “Little Anthony: My Journey – My Destiny” describes his rise to fame, even though Anthony says he and the Imperials made all the wrong moves, hired the wrong managers, listened to nobody and got caught up in their fame. Anthony says he smoked pot with Marvin Gaye in the basement of the Apollo Theater and Bruce Springsteen used to open for him in the 1970s. Anthony’s book is in stores now.