Sharon Sheeley, the pioneering queen of Rock & Roll songwriting began her prolific and remarkable career in 1958 penning Ricky Nelson's biggest hit "Poor Little Fool." Sharon was the first and youngest woman to ever have a national number one hit on the charts. She was just sixteen years old. In the fifties, the music business was completely dominated by men. Sharon, through determination and uncanny business savvy, changed all that. She obliterated the steel sphere surrounding the male-dominated industry and blazed a trail that the likes of Carol King, Jackie DeShannon, Joni Mitchell, Madonna, Joan Jett, Sheryl Crow, Christina Aguilera, Taylor Swift and many others would not have had, if it were not for Sharon's courage and talent. SUMMERTIME BLUES features Sharon's fiance EDDIE COCHRAN and takes you with her on her extraordinary journey of eternal love, heartbreak, and rebirth. Her Rock & Roll adventure is an inspiration to anyone who dreams of '"making it" regardless of your chosen endeavor. Those of you that just enjoy a thrilling story flowing with passion for life will be intrigued and captiivated by Sharon's heartwarming struggle for love, success, and meaning.
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