She Can Really Lay It Down: 50 Rebels, Rockers & Musical RevolutionariesChronicle Books
The artists in this book defied genre and social convention to shape the music industry as we know it. But many of these incredible musicians have been overlooked or cast in supporting roles in their own stories simply because they are women. Until now. Author and illustrator Rachel Frankel shines a spotlight on 50 groundbreaking musicians through vivid portraits and heartfelt biographies that bring each icon to life on the page. Featuring an exposed spine designed to look like the neck of a guitar, this book pays homage to the rock goddesses who shredded, sang, and stormed the stage with ferocity and passion, inspiring a whole new generation of fearless, talented performers.
- 7 1/4 x 10 in
- Pages: 128 pp
- Format: HardcoverÃÂ
Rachel Frankel plays in a band called Phosphene. She is an author, illustrator, and designer living in Portland, Oregon. This is her first book.
Amanda Petrusich is a music journalist and staff writer at the New Yorker, as well as the author of three books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.