Oh, and I guess I will just go ahead and explain about my Daddy since I talk about him so much, and I also talk about hanging out with rockstars so much, from a very early age. I don't mind telling anyone who my Daddy was or what he did for a living because nothing I say now can hurt my Daddy becuz he is going to die in Prison now anyway. There is nothing left that can be done to hurt him or that he can be charged with anymore. He is in the last stages of scirrosis of the liver and has less than two years to live now. He's also got 19 years left to go on a 30-year sentence, so he's never gonna see freedom again.
There's no way to say it except to just say it (unless y'all have figured it out by now). My Daddy was the biggest drug supplier to rockstars in East Tennessee ever. If you were a rockstar and you played the Knoxville Civic Colliseum or any other big venue in East Tennessee in the 70's, 80's and 90's, my Daddy got you high. He was the one that showed up with the dope. The East Tennessee connection that was just "spoken word" that when you go there, you call him. He could be trusted and whatever you wanted, and whatever quantity you wanted, it could be done and it would be there, delivered to you. As soon as I got old enough to start taking an interest in the pretty rockstars, I started going with him. The rockstars were soooo nice to me and gave me lots of love and attention. My Daddy on the other hand could be a very bad man and hard to live with at times. So when I was 13, almost 14, I had an opportunity to go on the road with a band on their tour bus, with the drummer specifically, and I took it. I got to see the United States and live like a rockstar, and I was also an asset to them becuz being the daughter of who I was, I could hook them up in any City, anywhere, anytime with a phone call to my Daddy. He knew where to send me. So that's how I got in on all that mess.
So, as you can see, I am a very cool and laid back kind of person to have around. And as far as keeping secrets . . . well, what you do backstage stays backstage. And I don't judge anyone. And I ask the same respect for myself. You may have noticed I never post any of my backstage photos because of the personal nature of them. And I know I talk about making out with Axl Rose and Scotti Hill but, damn, that was 20 years ago. Ya know? lol.
But, anyway . . .