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Brushes with celebrities, booze and drugs brought them crashing down. Now these former Richmond Rockers are sharing stories of redemption.

Donna Lynn Parker had what it took to stop a rock star in his tracks. She was a blond bombshell, a country girl from the two-stoplight town of Berryville, a fresh face ready to start classes at Virginia Commonwealth University in 1971…

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