Rock stars do it harder
Rock Stars Do It Series by Jasinda Wilder
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Rockers who partied way too hard
When you think of the words "rock star," what do you think of first? The music? Yeah, right. Of course not. No, chances are you think of booze, drugs, sex, groupies, and all night binges that end in a hospital or prison cell or six feet under.
Think of it this way: somewhere in suburbia, there's a twenty year old sitting in a cold garage with a guitar, practicing riffs from songs that are older than he is. All his friends know the songs. In fact, two of them are wearing shirts sporting the band's name. When the session is over, they get into a car where they listen to Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy. They know all the words. They know all the solos.
The lifestyle of a rock and roller is known to include copious amounts of sex, drugs, alcohol, and music — of course. Wild party stories have been told by old rockers about their crazy heydays, and some of us have probably even heard party stories from our parents. Some of these stars are to be envied, and others, we should pity… for their partying ways that got a little too out of hand. Keith Moon, drummer for the band, The Who, was known as one of the hardest partiers on the planet. He told wild stories of traveling around in a Nazi uniform, and even driving a car into a swimming pool.
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M aking a living as a musician is hard. Justin Bieber might sleep on a mattress stuffed with dollar bills in a house made of Rolex watches and Ferrari parts, but down at the other end of the scale, for working performers, life can be tough. The choice is a tricky one: to establish a career takes an enormous amount of work and time and essentially prevents you from having a stable, salaried job. The cycle is difficult to break. When the Leeds punk band Brawlers scored a deal with a major booking agent after their second gig, they assumed their career was about to take off. A year later they had sacrificed girlfriends, houses, and even their original drummer to the lifestyle of a working punk band, constantly touring and playing anywhere between 15 and 30 gigs every month.
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