Cass Elliot’s daughter, Owen Elliot-Kugell, is sharing her mom’s story.
She exposed to Rolling Stone that she’s composing a e-book identified as “My Mama, Cass,” established to appear out future calendar year.
Owen has been performing on the book for in excess of 10 years and is a bit doubtful since it is a new matter for her.
Cass Elliot, who was portion of the Mamas & the Papas and known for songs like “California Dreamin’” and “Monday, Monday,” passed away in 1974 at 32. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.
Owen, who was just 7 when her mother died, will speak about Cass’s early lifestyle and her part in the ’60s counterculture motion in the e-book. She also features interviews with people today who realized her mom, like Michelle Phillips and Denny Doherty.
The guide will address Cass’s struggles with weight and self-esteem. Owen will also tackle rumors, like the one about her mother choking on a ham sandwich.
Owen shared her stress about the ham sandwich joke, stating it wasn’t fair to make fun of her mom’s death.
“My Mama, Cass” aims to display diverse sides of the renowned singer. Owen believes her mother was a trailblazer and a successful lady in a mostly male industry. She describes Cass as an iconic artist, a faithful mate, and a one mom who just preferred her have family members, which was Owen.