I have a lot of new subscribers to the newsletter, and I want to say “WELCOME!” I really appreciate all of you and am excited for you to be with me on my journey with LESS THAN ZERO.
The past couple of weeks have been CRAZY – mainly because LIMITLESS was released and I’ve been working on a lot of cool new things that I’ll be able to reveal soon.
My favorite thing about writing this newsletter is sharing updates about the LTZ world and also giving you backstories and inside scoop. I have been VERY busy writing FEARLESS, which is Ronni and Connor’s story. I’m not going to give any big spoilers away but suffice it to say I think the first chapter is going to BLOW YOUR MIND! What an adventure these two are on.
I thought I’d give you a new feature that I’ll pull out every so often. For those of you who don’t know me yet, I have spent a lot of time around real rock stars and there are a lot of really fun stories I like to share! Today I’ll give you two blind items, feel free to shoot me an email or comment if you think you know the answer!
1. When I ran a nightclub, there was a very famous 90’s band that had a ton of hits. They played my club at the cusp of their success and suffice it to say their heads were getting a little large. Now, this may not have been the band’s fault, but the tour manager actually threatened to cancel the show if I couldn’t stock the dressing room with Cool Ranch Doritos.
2. One of my side gigs was working production for big arena concerts. As the lowest gal on the totem pole, I’d often be assigned the funniest jobs. Let’s see if you can guess these two artists:
a. Artist 1: He was a big star in the 70’s, was also in a band with one of the Rolling Stones and had hits well into the 90’s. Now he’s more of a crooner. At his show, I was in charge of making sure his famous wife’s limo had a clear path to the side of the stage.
b. Artist 2: He was one of the biggest stars of the 90’s but was not out of the closet at the time. My job was working with his wardrobe manager, and I had to iron 20 of his black Armani t-shirts and steam all of the choir robes for the iconic song you all know. After the show, I took the wardrobe manager to Neighbors, one of Seattle’s most iconic gay nightclubs.