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The World's Oldest Teenager: Remembering Jane Scott

Holly Gleason, Los Angeles Times blogs, 4 July 2011

SHE WAS LIKE Andy Warhol: iconic blond hair set in a most determined pageboy that never moved. That, and red oversized glasses. You couldn't miss her at shows – be it the Dead Boys, Pearl Jam or Neil Young. Paul McCartney serenaded her; the often-prickly Lou Reed adored her, and young people in Cleveland had a better sense of the bands they loved because Jane Scott worked so hard to show stars as human beings.

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