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Known As: Miss Christine, Christine Frka

Romantically linked too: Alice Cooper, and Todd Rundgren

Date Of Death:
November 5th 1972

Misc Trivia:
The Songs Christine's Tune (Devil In Disguise) by The Flying Burrito Brothers and(reportedly) Jackson Browne's 1974 song "For a Dancer" are about her.

Shes on the cover of Frank Zappas Hot Rats (picture above)

Shes a Member of the GTOS

She is often credited for creating Alice Coopers look.

Further Reading References:
Im With The Band (book) Author: Pamela Des Barres

The GTO's (page on site)

Quotes

"This is Hollywood, and Hollywood's Hollywood...but in Ohio, maybe they aren't ready for this. We're trying to spread our philosophy."

Bio:

Miss Christine's Story: She, too was born in San Pedro of Yugoslav parents. She was a "sickly kid," she says, and had a "big complex about being skinny." (She is tall and lean, the type of girl who would have been called "beanpole" by her schoolmates.) "Pop music brought it all together for me socially," she said. "It brought people together, it gave me friends." She says she is the cold, cruel one in the group, but she's not. She's bright and quite outgoing. She met Zappa when he returned to LA from New York for a concert, when she was living in Franzoni's commune. "We talk about groups a lot," she said. "That's because it's glamourous and because we're very young. If you have a fave rave in a band, it's like having a soldier in the war; you write him letters and you worry about him." When Zappa returned to LA for good, she became his housekeeper and governess to Moon Unit, Frank's daughter. "Mercy and I sent the Velvet Underground a dozen roses with our pictures on the back," she said. "You can't be subtle." Miss Christine loves clothing and makes all her own, which can only be described as junkshop harlequin. The night of our interview she was wearing a knitted patchwork jump suit in a hundred colors, colored pipe cleaners coiled into her frizzed character; not a bad description.
-Rolling Stone Feb 15, 1969