Before the Go-Go’s became a pop sensation with their 1981 debut album, Beauty and the Beat, they were known in the L.A. punk scene as one of the wildest girl groups.
In the upcoming book “More Fun in the New World: The Unmaking and Legacy of L.A. Punk” and the documentary on the Go-Go’s for Showtime, punk rock writer Pleasant Gehman gives her take on why the L.A. punk scene was such a fertile ground to nurture talent.
Today the Princess of Hollywood, the Divination Princess Farhanna, Pleasant Gehman joins us to give us a glimpse into her wild life living in the punk scene of the 80s and her witch themed occult burlesque show.
Listen as Pleasant talks about taking Kurt Cobain to drag shows, stalking horror hostess Vampira, and why she wants to ride the Goodyear blimp and her hashtag: #blimpinainteasy
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