In the hot, sticky summer of 2008, New York City saw the rebirth of rock and roll. Her form is female and her style was relentless. Twenty-four-year-old singer-songwriter-guitarist, Helene Troy, had a dream to matter with her talent in music. In a grungy apartment in the rotten core of The Big Apple, Helene worked, sweated, bled, drank, fought, loved, and rocked harder than her peers in hopes of becoming the next great thing. The rise and fall of her band, Slipper Socks Medium, highlighted her dramatic, gritty road to possible stardom.