ROCKER FOR LIFE: Pamela Brandt, in this 2002 photo, was a bass player for Cactus Rose, a Miami all-female rock band that performed regularly at Scully's Tavern in Kendall, Hollywood and Key Largo. Brandt previously led The Deadly Nightshade, a mid-’70s all-female country rock band, and was a food critic, travel writer.
ROCKER FOR LIFE: Pamela Brandt, in this 2002 photo, was a bass player for Cactus Rose, a Miami all-female rock band that performed regularly at Scully's Tavern in Kendall, Hollywood and Key Largo. Brandt previously led The Deadly Nightshade, a mid-’70s all-female country rock band, and was a food critic, travel writer. Alex Kolyer Miami Herald file
ROCKER FOR LIFE: Pamela Brandt, in this 2002 photo, was a bass player for Cactus Rose, a Miami all-female rock band that performed regularly at Scully's Tavern in Kendall, Hollywood and Key Largo. Brandt previously led The Deadly Nightshade, a mid-’70s all-female country rock band, and was a food critic, travel writer. Alex Kolyer Miami Herald file

Feminist, rock musician and food writer Pamela Brandt dies at 68

August 04, 2015 7:56 AM

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