AMANDA LEPORE: Well, a ghostwriter approached me, someone who had seen me around in the clubs for years, and just had a passion for me, and we just did it.
I became famous and occupied, meaning that there are always people at the clubs who want to meet me and get their picture taken with me.
And it was really like a family, just working with friends. Tell our readers about your old club days, when you first started going out.
They sold all those really fabulous hip clothes at Pat’s, you know, those neon furs and super high heels.
So it was hard to write, and well, I’m not a writer, so it was really good to have someone help me, even though I do have a really good memory with everything. PONYBOY: Do you have a promotional tour planned to accompany the release of this book?
But it was also kind of hard, because I live in the moment you know, not in the past, especially the super early years.
So, I always have things to do; whereas in the old days, I would have to just kind of circulate.
It's perfect for that sleek Hollywood Lounge style that is hitting the club scene.“I had that in mind when I first began putting pen to paper.I wanted the listener to get a sense of how that tough broad managed to carve out her own path to greatness despite all of life’s roadblocks.“Buckle Up” was written and produced by Red Top (“Convertible”), Knifekick, Ted Ottaviano (Book Of Love), DJ Angelo “Pepe,” indie-pop ingenue Megan Vice and Lepore’s long-time musical collaborator, Bill Coleman from Peace Bisquit.“The song is sexy, bubbly, and takes on the night like me,” Lepore continues.