After 50, the rock 'n' roll road is a little absurd. It's very difficult to play these little places. You're out there on a rickety old bus with no place to shower.
Morrissey wrote a really gorgeous song for me. I'm crazy for that man. And he thinks I'm hip!
I think I've finally proven something to people who were cynical about me. Because they were cruel.
What happens in the music business is that if you step out of your little spot to do something else, the sand falls right into where you stood and you're gone, you're history.
After things started to happen here, my choice of material was extremely limited. It was a weird situation.
I am the daughter of the Chairman of the Board and thus, was raised with great music.
I didn't just want to be Frank's daughter who sang Boots. I take my music very seriously and studied very hard. It's not a joke to me.
I was a star in Italy, Austrailia, Germany and Japan before the American stations ever paid attention at all.
I wasn't allowed to grow as an artist. My albums were nicer to look at than to listen to.
Frank's audience doesn't care if a girl singer, a comic or an organ grinder with a monkey opens the show. They are there to see HIM.
The one hit song that I have tremendous gratitude for is Boots, because it has a life of its own. It's like being identified with a brand name.
It would be nice to be on the charts again, nice to be recognised.
Dad really had little to do with the songs, except to perform them.
I have never been accepted. I'll never make the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They're never going to let me in.
I think most people are aware of the garbage in the tabloids and don't give them a lot of credence.
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