Lorelei Shellist | Call Your Name

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Call Your Name

by Lorelei Shellist

Some call this music folk and blues - I call it SoCal Americana acoustic storytelling.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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Rebellious, headstrong, independent and on her own at 15 - Lorelei dreamed of being a model. She made that happen through determination and serendipity; a chance meeting with a '70s Southern California Rock Star opened the A-list Hollywood doors to a wondrous world, as well as a full-blown romance.

Pounding the pavement in L.A. and New York taught her the hard knocks of
being a working class model. Fortitude and sheer will jetted her off to Europe, and where she met the doomed love her life; fiancé Steve Clark of Def Leppard.

Theirs was a relationship mired in dizzying highs and bottomless lows, as she watched Steve drink and drug himself to death, and caught herself in the wake of his spiraling cycle of addiction and depression, unable to help.

Ultimately fleeing and finding the strength to save herself, Lorelei shares her
candid and blatant truth of how she survived the greatest loss in her life, the
aftermath and the determination to not only survive, but to heal her-self, and
help to heal others.

"Music is my healing place. This is the first song I wrote after Steve died. I wrote it to try to heal my heart. It isn't fancy but it's real."
Lorelei Shellist

Runway Runaway is highlighted by never-before-seen photos of the music and fashion industries, hand written journal entries, agenda pages, and backstage passes illustrating the story of neglected child turned teenage runaway who follows her dreams to become an international model, eventually finding herself in the process.

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Debbi

Beautiful song about steve Clark
Lorelei has a lovely voice and the words are just beautiful.
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