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As reported by most reviewers this was supposedly the first honoree of the festival to actually play on opening night.
This is not entirely true, however, as Ray Manzerek and Robbie Krieger, played last year after they were honored as members of The Doors.
Patrick was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, she is the daughter of Patricia, a singer, and Mr. Prince persuaded her to change her name to Carmen Electra and instead record a solo album.
Patrick started her professional career in 1990 as a magician's assistant at Kings Island theme park in Mason, Ohio in the show "It’s Magic", one of more popular shows in the park's history.
She spoke of how a strong sexy female rocker seduced generations of young men, both physically and musically into becoming avid fans.
While the crowd satiated themselves, the ceremony continued with the customary presentation of the Elmer Valentine award, presented by veteran club owners, Nick Adler, owner of the Roxy Theater and Mikael Maglieri, owner of the Rainbow Bar & Grill.
Finally, the band released the album independently which was an unheard practice at the time, and the rest was history.
The awards ceremony was followed by a lengthy presentation of music videos of the Blackhearts’ biggest hits.
The feisty slender singer guitarist was one of the first successful women in rock, with a string of hit songs, mostly in the 1980’s including her hit song “I Love Rock and Roll.
The awards ceremony began with tributes from long time friends of the 54 year old singer.
Tara Leigh Patrick (born April 20, 1972), professionally known as Carmen Electra, is an American glamour model, actress, television personality, magician's assistant, dancer, entertainer and sex symbol. Her older sister Debbie died from a heart attack, also in 1998. She was assigned to perform three specific illusions: the double sawing, in which she and another dancer were sliced in half, and had their lower halves swapped, an illusion in which she was produced from an empty cooking pot on a stove, and an illusion in which she was impaled on dozens of neon bulbs.