Vicky Hamilton was recently featured in The Irish Times for her new book ‘Appetite For Dysfunction’, an insight into her career working with some of the biggest bands of her time.
The people who work behind the scenes always have the best stories. In the case of Vicky Hamilton, she has put many of her stories about working as a manager with Guns N’ Roses, Mötley Crüe, Poison and others into a book.
The result is Appetite for Dysfunction, a fascinating story of what happened when a woman from small-town Indiana came face-to-face with the glam of the Los Angeles music scene of the early 1980s.
Hamilton resisted the urge to write a memoir for a long time.
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