She's A Rebel

She's A Rebel

The History of Women in Rock & Roll

Book - 2002
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Arranged chronologically and told with impassioned detail, She's a rebel charts a half century of women performers from the early R and B singers of the 1950s, to the girl groups, Motown acts, folksingers, and rock chicks of the 1960s, to the punk rebels and pop divas of the 1970s, to the brash all-girl bands, rappers, and riot grrls of the 1980s and 1990s. This expanded ten-year anniversary edition features over 75 photos and includes three all-new chapters on all the major artists of the last decade as well as an insider's look at the music industry and the emerging power of women rock stars.
Publisher: New York, NY : Seal Press, 2002
Edition: Expanded second edition
ISBN: 9781580050784
Branch Call Number: 781.66092 G11S 2002
Characteristics: xx, 516 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Alternative Title: History of women in rock & roll


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This expanded edition of Gaar's groundbreaking 1992 history of women in rock includes chapters on Sleater-Kinney and other female punk musicians of the 1990s. Gaar is also a panelist in the POP+ Punk Panel Discussion taking place on August 11th.

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