In the past I had mentioned, that at least once a week my sister and I have “Sister Day”. Although our age difference is 10 years apart, we somehow always managed to stay very close since she was little. At the age of 18-21 years old, I was a Hollywood Diva 😉 towards my last few months of High School, I started dating a famous singer who would take me out all over Hollywood to clubs, red carpet events, shows, the Playboy Mansion and more, and to party with Hollywood’s rich and famous. Through out all of my adventures, I would always rave to my sister about all of these amazing places and things I was doing, wishing she was of age to come out with me and enjoy the fun. Finally now she is 18 and although Hollywood isn’t the same like it used to be because things change here so fast, somethings also stay the same. My sister, Coral is a rockstar at heart, obsessed with music since she was kid, I had always wanted her to go with me to Hollywood and see the band Metal Skool now Steel Panther. Metal Skool was an 80’s cover band, that play the perfect part of an old school 80’s band like Guns N’ Roses & Motley Crue. They are funny as hell and many celebrities come see them as they have been around for years playing in Hollywood and they put on a great show.
We finally got to go see them perform at the House of Blues on Monday night, although they changed their style and now play their own songs, they were just as amazing and funny. There was special guest Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus dad and also Joey Fatone from NSYNC that went up on stage to sing a few songs. Just like back in the day, I got pulled on the stage for 4 songs and it was pretty awesome and fun night! and just like I thought she would, my sister LOVED them.
I haven’t been out in a while because I kinda got over Hollywood and the going out sense because I did it ALL when I was so young that at the age of 23 I was already over it but going on Monday night made me smile and realize that it is fun to go out once in a while and that I should do it more often. 😉 (Click below to see pictures…)