Slick provided vocals on a number of iconic songs, including "Somebody to Love", "White Rabbit", "We Built This City" and "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now".
Grace Barnett Wing was born October 30, 1939, in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, to Ivan W.
By late 1965, they had become a popular attraction in the Bay Area.
Between October and December 1965, the Great Society entered Golden Studios and recorded several tracks under the supervision of Sylvester Stewart.
She then removed the burqa to reveal a covering bearing an American flag and the words "Fuck Fear".
Her statement to fans on the outfit was: "The outfit is not about Islam, it's about oppression; this flag is not about politics, it's about liberty." After retiring from music, Slick began painting and drawing.
In 1989, Slick and her former Jefferson Airplane band members reformed the group, released a reunion album, and made a successful tour.
Following the Jefferson Airplane reunion, Slick retired from the music business.
Their nicknames appear as the title of an album she made with bandmates Kantner and David Freiberg: Baron von Tollbooth & the Chrome Nun.
On August 26, 1961, Wing married Gerald "Jerry" Slick, an aspiring filmmaker, and after the couple briefly moved away from San Francisco, Grace Slick worked as a model at an I. Slick also started composing music, including a contribution to a short film by Jerry Slick.
In August 1965, Slick read an article in the San Francisco Chronicle about the newly formed Jefferson Airplane.
is an American singer-songwriter, musician, artist, and former model, widely known in rock and roll history for her role in San Francisco's burgeoning psychedelic music scene in the mid–1960s.
Her music career spanned four decades, and involved the Great Society, Jefferson Airplane, Jefferson Starship, and Starship, as well as a sporadic solo career.
Wing attended Palo Alto Senior High School before switching to Castilleja High School, a private all-girls school in Palo Alto.