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Children of Rock

Growing up in the shadow of legends

By MARK BINELLI

Being raised by a rock star would seem to be every teenager's dream, unless you happen to be that teenager. Then, things can get weird.

Trixie Garcia had her first psychedelic experience when she was one and a half. A bag of mushrooms had been left sitting out. Trixie's parents -- the late Grateful Dead singer Jerry Garcia and the prototypical hippie chick Mountain Girl -- were not particularly alarmed. "My mom was like, 'Oh, it made you more communicative!' " says Trixie, now thirty and a painter living in the Bay Area. "Most of the kids in the scene had some early dosing incident. My sister got into some acid-spiked orange juice."

The flip side of Trixie Garcia's childhood might be that of Anna Gabriel, who grew up in a modest cottage in the city of Bath, in the English countryside. Her father, Peter Gabriel, insisted he'd never done drugs and actually made her promise not to smoke cigarettes until her eighteenth birthday, in exchange for a car.

Read the full story in Rolling Stone:

http://www.rollingstone.com/news/story/_/id/7205030

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