In the New York underground music scene of the 1970s, Cyrinda Foxe was a legend and icon. Partying with huge headliners and obscure bands alike, she eventually fell in with Steven Tyler, lead singer of an unknown band called Aerosmith. In DREAM ON, Cyrinda chronicles her life, from growing up in an abusive home, to her troubled marriage to the rock legend, never straying far from some of the most lavish, intoxicating partying you'll ever read about. Throughout, Cyrinda tells a story that only she could tell, a story that reveals how she went from rock's top-to rock bottom.
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Cyrinda Foxe was born in Santa Monica, California, but ran away from home, eventually landing in New York City. Once there, she became a rock ‘n’ roll “it” girl and member of Andy Warhol’s Factory. She married Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, with whom she had one child, model Mia Tyler. In 2001, Cyrinda had a stroke that left her partially paralyzed. A year later, she died from a brain tumor.
Danny Fields is a journalist, record executive, and former fixture of Andy Warhol’s Factory. Often cited with inciting the punk movement, he discovered and signed The Ramones and The Stooges. In addition to Dream On, Fields wrote the definitive biography of Linda McCartney.
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