'I did a double take when I saw fourteen-year-old Drew Barrymore at the bar, drinking with the Bukowski crowd. She was adorable, spoke with a potty mouth and carried on as if she was in her twenties. I was straining to approach her but backed off. Iad been in enough trouble. The next time I looked she was gone. A couple nights later she reappeared and in the same spot at the middle of the bar, entertaining the bartender. I pulled the trigger this time, and whatever I had to say she bought.' qI'm eating your book! It's delicious!q Lia Mack - Portland, Oregon qFervent shades of Jack Kerouac.a Terry Wells - Brigg, England aLords of the Sunset Stripa is the brutally honest and hilarious memoir of actor and writer Blackie DammettaAKA John Kiedisawho happens to be the father of Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis. Set mostly in Hollywood but with multiple national and worldwide excursions for film shoots, love affairs and drug deals, this tell-all provides an unexpectedly candid look at an actoras transition from a wild man with a dream to a sensitive if unconventional parent with a dream. And of course, there were the women. New girls were always replenishing the scene. Dammett towed his young Red Hot Chili Pepper with him through a torrent of sex-fueled parties, auditions and business deals in Hollywood, New York and London. Itas an exhilarating, exhausting and romantic journey. It had a profound and ineffable influence on Rock a Roll Hall of Famer Anthony. aLords of the Sunset Stripa will no doubt have a similar influence on its readers as well. Itas simply the biggest, baddest, boldest tale of Hollywood and Rock a Roll ever written.All of which led to the starring role as Colonel Steve Austin in The Six Million Dollar Man. He became the pop-culture icon of the ... When the aBakera#39;s Dozena episode aired, TV Guide had my billing over Bo Svenson. TV Guide liked my name.
|Title||:||Lords of the Sunset Strip|
|Publisher||:||The Spencer Company - 2013-03-31|