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Fame Disease

By spence96 All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Drama

Prologue

You could say I was a music junkie, and if you think that's a bad thing then you could blame my parents. I have been listening to it even before I was born. The day my mom found out she was pregnant, she went out and bought the nicest pair of head phones she could afford. She put them on her belly, and I think she only took them off when she showered. And even then she'd have a radio playing. 

Thanks to my parents, who say they are the product of the 60's, 70's, and 80's, I listen to every type of music. From classical, to Disney, to punk rock, heavy metal, jazz, rock n roll to... Well you get my point, I listen to everything. And as far as my parents are concerned I am a “musical genius” (they're words not mine). Which I guess is somewhat true. I've been playing the piano since before I could read and write. I play almost every instrument in my local high school band along with the bass and electric guitar. In addition to that I happen to be one of the lead vocalist in my school's choir, but enough bragging about myself. 
By the way my name is Nikki Adler Ford, but everyone calls me Adler. And yes before you ask, I am named after two famous musicians, Nikki Sixx and Steve Adler. I told you my parents are a product of the 60,70,80's.


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