Last Call 

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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