Daisy Jones and the Six - Pages 126 - 191 Summary & Analysis

Taylor Jenkins Reid
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Rolling Stone journalist Jonah Berg recalls meeting The Six and Daisy after a show in Glasgow. The band members offer commentary on this same night. They had all gone to a piano bar, and Billy and Daisy sang “Mustang Sally” together. Afterwards, at their hotel, Graham snuck into Karen's room, and Daisy invited Billy into hers to continue their conversation. Billy declined. Jonah Berg wrote an article called “The Six That Should Be Seven” (132) in which he argued that Daisy Jones should officially join The Six. This made Billy angry.

Billy consulted some of the other band members and Teddy Price about their opinions on asking Daisy to join the band. Eddie recalls that his opinion was not solicited, and this made him angry.

After the tour, Daisy continued using drugs heavily, even breaking into her parents’ house while high at one point...

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