A Message from Dandelion of Girls Gone Groupie:

Me, Daddy’s little spring flower? I think not!  I have my own rock and roll story now.

Dandelion Dagger, thanks very much. You know my daddy Derek, blues rock relic from waaay back in the 60s and 70s.  You may even know my notorious mama, Tulip.  She’s the most famous groupie of yesterday. Daddy wants me to follow in his footsteps.  But man, it’s the 1980s, hair is big, and I want to be big, too.  Bigger than Mama, better than Mama. All I need is that mysterious, disappearing bad girl Highway Child that I met at Hollywood High to come speeding back into my life.  Then we can track down little miss southern belle Carolina Clampett, Daddy’s favorite teen backstage queen, and mold her into our third wheel, whether she likes it or not.

Oh, the tales we’ll tell!

Watch out, Sunset Boulevard.  Things are about to get hairy.

 

Author: brendakstone

Brenda K. Stone is the pen name for Barb Lee, a native of Western Massachusetts who loves to write, travel the world, hike the world, and go to rock concerts. When not engaging in these particular adventures or the several other activities she enjoys that leave her no time for rest, you can find her “doing research” with her nose in a rock and roll biography and her black bunny Gert not far away, probably sleeping.

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