Who hasn't had the dream of playing in a band? Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, an organization that brings together amateur musicians of all levels with professional rockers, will provide an abbreviated corporate version of the camp for up to 250 winners. And what better location than a music studio in Los Angeles? At an event for top producers and employees of Legend Numismatics, a rare-coin company, attendees met musicians — including Clem Burke of Blondie and Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go's — over cocktails and dinner, and some got up on stage to perform with the stars. “The buzz and the exhilaration the event created was phenomenal,” says Laura Sperber, co-president of Legend Numismatics, adding that the value was not only the “wow” factor, but also the bonds that participants established with the rock stars and with each other.