Grace Slick, born as Grace Wing, referred to as the First Lady of Acid Rock. In the course of her period in the music industry, she’d become the lead vocalist of memorable bands and artists which includes the Great Society, Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship and Starship. In the mainstream press, certainly one of her all-time classics was in the record “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” together with Starship. The single featured in the motion picture “Mannequin” from the 1980s. Even so, Slick’s life had also been a whirlwind experience during the 1960’s, with alcohol and drugs playing a huge role in her lifestyle.
She usually surrounded with conflict, from planning to spike the President Nixon’s tea with LSD to run-ins with the police. Grace cleaned up her act in the 1980’s when she left the band Starship. Nowadays concentrated on her artwork she is pleased with the work she has accomplished.