"Why aren't you home taking care of your kids?" a biker chides a platinum blond in her 40s seated next to Chris Mancini (Henry's son). The blond's daughter, seated on her other side, smiles as her mother replies by shaking her ample bosom toward the stage.
"This song is for Carrie," says Roxie, referring to recently deceased Cat Club regular Carrie Hamilton (daughter of Carol Burnett, and a singer in her own right, who died of cancer). "Don't take no offense to the lyrics."
Andreadis breaks out his harmonica for "There's a Little Bit of Whore in Every Little Girl."
"We're hippies at heart," says Clarke about his bandmates. "It's about keeping it rock & roll."