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Singer-songwriter Grace Slick was one of the lead singers for the band Jefferson Airplane. She wrote the song "White Rabbit" and sang the popular tune "Somebody to Love."
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Grace Slick is a former model and a rock singer and songwriter who is best known for being the lead singer in Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship.
The full biography of Psychedelic Rock Star Grace Slick.
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The charity single was co-written by Slick and Michelle Mangione and includes performances by more than 20 musicians and singers.
Divorced from Skip Johnson in 1994, Slick now lives in Malibu, California.
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