Maria has spent every Wednesday of the past three summers at the bar, spinning songs and sharing stories about the huge-coiffed artists shes interviewed. We have people that were not even old enough to experience the music firsthand, she says. But they know their stuff because its something their parents or older brothers and sisters used to listen to.
She admits theres a special place in her own heart for the music of Great White, Winger, and other hair-farmers. It was a fun time for me, she says. The whole attitude then was about having nothing but a good time. Im a rocker, and its OK to be a rocker.
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