People, Sep. 1, 1980

Black Rose. That's how the opening act at concerts in six East Coast cities last week was billed. Some kind of new rock-'n'-roll group with a sultry chick singer who sounds ... a little like Cher. Even looks a little like her, but not much. That ragged punk haircut, hardly any sequins and not one costume change. But by the time each hard-rocking set was half over, word had rippled back from the front rows to the poor souls clutching binoculars in the cheapest seats: the lead guitarist was former Boz Scaggs Musician Les Dudek. So? So Les is well known...

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