Eight Things You Didn’t Know About The Ladies That Rock | Saturday Stack Feb 2nd 1/12c

This weekend is all about the Ladies That Rock! Here are eight facts you probably didn’t know about these rockers!

1. Carly Simon

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Carly Simmon suffered a severe stutter at just 8 years old. A psychiatrist tried unsuccessfully to cure Simon’s stuttering. Instead, Simon turned to singing and songwriting. “I felt so strangulated talking that I did the natural thing, which is to write songs because I could sing without stammering, as all stammerers can.”
 

2. Janis Joplin

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Everyone who knows Janis Joplin is well aware of her infatuation for Southern Comfort. Southern Comfort enjoyed having an unofficial representative in Janis and thanked her for their free advertising by sending her a lynx coat!
 

3. Amy Winehouse


Part of Amy Winehouse’s edge was due to her noticeable tattoos. She had 14 known tattoos, including ‘Daddy’s Girl’ on her left arm for her father, and the name ‘Cynthia’ on her right arm in tribute of her Jewish grandmother.
 

4. Cher

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Not only is Cher an incredible singer and performer, but she also starred in multiple films over the years. She turned down the opportunity to play Thelma Dickenson in Thelma & Louise because she had her heart set on starring in the 1990 film, Mermaids!
 

5. Blondie

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Blondie was also one of Hugh Hefner’s famous “blondes” as she was a Playboy bunny at the NYC Playboy Club from 1968 to ’73 according to Time.
 

6. Heart

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Before Heart’s ’80s resurgence, Nancy Wilson had a non-speaking role in the 1980s cult classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High . She played the “beautiful girl in a car” and had no dialogue, but did manage to marry the screenwriter, Cameron Crowe in 1986.
 

7. Tina Turner

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In 1988, Tina Turner broke a world record during her “Break Every Rule” World Tour. She played for over 180,000 people, one of the largest concert attendance in the 20th century.
 

8. Whitney Houston

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In November of 1981, Whitney Houston was one of the first African American women to appear on the cover of Seventeen magazine. Whitney was not only known for her incredible voice but her striking looks. She loved the camera!

Check out the full lineup below!

1/12c Classic Albums: Carly Simon
2/1c The Day The Rock Star Died: Janis Joplin
2:30/1:30c The Day They Rock Star Died: Whitney Houston
3/2c The Day The Rock Star Died: Amy Winehouse
3:30/2:30c Rock Legends: Tina Turner/td>
4:20/3:20c Rock Legends: Cher
5:10/4:10c Rock Legends: Blondie
5:40/4:40c Blondie
7/6c Rock Legends: Pat Benatar
7:30/6:30c Heart Part On
8:35/7:35c Rock Legends: Blondie
9:40/8:40c Rock Legends: Cher
10:30/9:30c Rock Legends: Tina Turner
11:20/10:20c The Day The Rock Star Died: Amy Winehouse
11:50/10:50c The Day The Rock Star Died: Whitney Houston

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