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While immediate bona fide success eluded them in the states, Japan was another story, with sold out concerts, all-night parties, trashed hotel rooms, and intoxicating drugs on every corner.Inner band turmoil, financial mismanagement, and substance abuse governed Currie’s hand-wringing decision to leave the band in late 1977.Image Credit: Photography by Brad Elterman Cherie Currie definitely knew that rock ‘n’ roll was in her DNA after witnessing David Bowie soundly trounce his would-be competitors on the hallowed Diamond Dogs Tour in 1974.Within a year and a half, at the urging of controversial manager-producer Kim Fowley and the incomparable Joan Jett, the all-female, still influential Runaways were born.There’s just so much noise that we allow to come in and drown out all those things. People would really like themselves if they just let themselves get to know who they are. If we stopped looking at all the negative and looked at the positive of all of it, what a different world we’d live in. I deal on Facebook with people writing, ‘She doesn’t deserve to be singing. She doesn’t deserve to ever be on the stage again.’ It’s like, ‘My God, you can’t be serious.’As much as social media can be fun and a good business tool, some people should never have a soapbox to stand on. I know so many people don’t and that’s what worries me. Hiking in the mountains with my son would be a very perfect day. In this business people forget why they’re where they are.For the longest time I refused to get an i Phone or even allow Internet on any phone [laughs]. I’m just so glad that my son is grown now because I can’t imagine how some of these young kids have to deal with cyber bullies. They’re there because the fans cared enough to put them there.
It’s not up to me to turn around and say, ‘Oh well, it might not be exactly what you want.’ If you want it, I’m gonna give it to you.It’s gotta be a thousand times better than what they expected. I don’t do anything in this life half-assed because it’s gonna be around long after I’m gone.