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Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Grace Slick's art doesn't have to speak for itself

Grace Slick employs acrylic paint and acerbic speech. Photo: Peabody Fine Art GalleryMuch to our disappointment, Grace Slick won't appear at the Emerald Cup in Sonoma County. But she is sending her artwork to the annual cannabis festival, which features music from Rebelution, Big Brother and the Holding Co. and her old band mates in Jefferson Starship. The powerhouse singer, whose voice gave flight to Jefferson Airplane's era-defining hits such as "Somebody to Love" and "White Rabbit," retired from performing in 1989. Since then Slick, 74, has found a second career painting old friends and white rabbits. We spoke to her from her home in Malibu.

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