Beehive: the 60's Musical" celebrates the hottest women singers and girl groups of the 1960s, including Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, the Chiffons, Connie Francis, Cher, Dusty Springfield, Annette Funicello, Grace Slick, Janis Joplin and many more.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for Grace Slick (singer)
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O'Rourke sings with a sexy, throaty voice reminiscent of Jefferson Airplane's Grace Slick, but the band's aesthetic isn't anchored in any particular decade.
One of her heroes, Grace Slick of Jefferson Airplane, headlined at the first Isle Of Wight Festival away back in 1968.
Jefferson Airplane Surrealistic Pillow (RCA 1967) [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Surrealistic Pillow is Grace Slicks first record with Jefferson Airplane, ft's also the one with 'White Rabbit," the head trip of a song in which Jack Casady constructed a stuttering bassline around Spencer Dryden's stoic drum roll and SI'ick's eerie baritone.
Included in their line-up were Grace Slick, Paul Kantner and Marty Balin.
A pre-Starship Grace Slick would've been cool, as would have being able to record with Johnny Cash.