By Owen Elliot-Kugell
A long-awaited, myth-busting, and deeply affecting memoir by the daughter of legendary rock star “Mama Cass” Elliot.
Mama Cass, a member of the Mama & the Papas, was an independently minded, outspoken woman with a keen intellect and sharp wit who reached the heights of success in a male-dominated business and broke the mould of what it meant to be a “rock star”; a forward-thinking feminist, and, as readers learn in this deeply moving and candid memoir, a single parent who embraced motherhood from the moment Owen entered the world.
Born six weeks before the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967, Owen was seven when her mom died suddenly. Growing up with her aunt and uncle in Los Angeles, she met husband Jack Kugell at 19. They reside in the San Fernando Valley area with daughter Zoe, 22 and son Noah, 19.
Publication Date: 23.05.24
Extent: 304 pages
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