Tom Berg of The Orange County Register reports:
Five minutes till showtime at the House of Blues and something is amiss.
The lead singer of LISA & THE STREET SURVIVORS is not talking. Two guitarists are missing. And the drummer doesn't want to be here. Yet Paul Stanley of KISS is waiting to sing with them. Dickey Betts of THE ALLMAN BROTHERS has his guitar plugged in. And former LYNYRD SKYNYRD drummer Artimus Pyle has agreed to play congas — all with a band that's been together less than four days!
If you ever thirsted for the rock-star lifestyle, this is your place to quench it: the annual Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Hollywood.
"This morning I woke up at 4:30 with the realization of what was happening and I started bawling," says the band's namesake, Lisa Moreno, 44, of Seal Beach, who slept a total of four hours her first three nights in camp. "I realized I've got to hold it together."
Her week's been a whirlwind. On Thursday, she was assigned a band. On Friday, they began to gel. On Saturday, they nearly broke up. And on Sunday, they jammed with Brian Wilson of the BEACH BOYS.
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