Dayna Steele, the onetime first lady of Houston rock radio with legions of "Steele workers," will read from her new book Rock to the Top: What I Learned About Success from the World's Greatest Rock Stars at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the freshly remodeled main branch of the Houston Public Library, 500 McKinney. Steele, now a motivational speaker who instructs audiences how to "Find Your Inner Rock Star," spoke with our Bob Ruggerio when Rock to the Top was published back in March.
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