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In 2001, she closed most of her shows with "Beautiful," a song she hoped would be her own comeback hit.
In 2002, Perry made a rare live performance at the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles, where she performed a set of original music and a set of Zeppelin covers.
She promoted her CD with her own funds, including an appearance on The Howard Stern Show, during which she participated in "lesbian dial-a-date" and performed her former band's only hit single, "What's Up?
" Perry also hosted the 19 Bammies (Bay Area Music Awards).
In 2001, Perry again returned to music and touring.
In San Francisco, Perry lived in a small, windowless room, and would play her guitar and sing her own songs on city streets.In early 1986, at the age of 21, Perry moved to San Francisco.