Here She Comes Now: Women in Music Who Have Changed Our Lives (Mixtape) (Hardcover)
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Whether it was Patti Smith's angry moan, Nina Simone's guttural growl, or Dolly Parton's towering hair and sweet voice, women have been a musical force to be reckoned with. In Here She Comes Now, today's biggest and brightest writers tackle their favorite female musicians and the effect they've had on their own lives. From Rosie Schaap writing about Sandy Denny to Susan Choi writing about Stevie Nicks to Elissa Schappell writing about Kim Gordon, Here She Comes Now thoughtfully and lovingly discusses the extreme badassery of the women who break through all the barriers to truly rock.
About the Author
Jeff Gordinier has written about pop culture, politics, poetry, and food for more than 25 years. He is on staff for The New York Times and the author of X Saves the World. His work has appeared in a such places as Details, Outside, T, Esquire, GQ, Creative Nonfiction, Entertainment Weekly, SPIN, Elle, the Los Angeles Times, Fortune, The New York Times Book Review, and PoetryFoundation.org. He lives north of Manhattan, close to the Hudson River. Marc Weingarten is the author of Station to Station, The Gang That Wouldn't Write Straight, and Thirsty, as well as the co-editor of Yes Is The Answer. He is producer of the 2011 documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne and television's The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. He lives in Malibu.