Grace Slick (born Grace Barnett Wing; October 30, 1939) is an American singer and songwriter, who was one of the lead singers of the rock groups The Great Society, Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, and Starship, and was a solo artist, for nearly three decades, from the mid-1960s to the mid-1990s. Slick was an important figure in the 1960s psychedelic rock genre, and is known for her witty lyrics and powerful contralto vocals.
Books about/featuring Grace SlickEdit
- 1969 - The Jefferson Airplane and the San Francisco Sound by Ralph J. Gleason
- 1980 - Grace Slick: The Biography by Barbara Rowes
- 1998 - Somebody to Love? : A Rock-and-Roll Memoir by Grace Slick
- 2002 - Full Flight: A Tale of Airplanes & Starships by Marty Balin
- 2003 - Got a Revolution! : The Turbulent Flight of Jefferson Airplane by Jeff Tamarkin
- 2006 - Take Me to a Circus Tent: The Jefferson Airplane Flight Manual by Craig Fenton
- 1967 May 30 issue of LOOK magazine features an article on Jefferson Airplane, contains photos by Jim Marshall
- 1969 October issue of STROBE magazine has a cover story on Grace Slick w. two full-color, full-page individual photos and one group photo
- 1970 June issue of the Japanese Music Life magazine features two pin up/poster type photos of Grace and a picture of her with Janis Joplin
- 1970 November 12 issue of Rolling Stone magazine features a cover story on Grace and Paul Kantner
- 1972 April issue of After Dark magazine has Grace Slick on the cover
- 1972 February 28 issue of ROCK magazine features the article 'In The Wake of The Airplane'
- 1975 October 20 issue of PEOPLE magazine contains article "The Jefferson Starship's Grace Slick & Paul Kantner Fly On--United". Also contains 6 photos
- 1978 August 28 issue of PEOPLE magazine, interview
- 1981 April issue of CREEM magazine contains the article 'Grace Slick's Altered States'
- 1984 June issue of ROCK magazine contains the article 'What Makes Slick Tick'
- 1991 April 30 issue of Magical Blend magazine features an interview with Grace