“This goofy crew of lesbian rockers led by Jane and narrated through her sarcastic/judgy point of view are a lovable mishmash of unique personalities and habits that miraculously gel together. Their screwball adventures will have your belly aching from uproarious laughter, but are tempered from time to time by solemn moments when the going gets tough.” ~Amazon Reviewer
What do you get when you mix a repressed mechanical engineer, a freelance technical writer, an obsessive, wise-cracking 911 operator, an incense-burning celibate accountant, and a legally blind corn-fed country girl?
A wild ride through the world of a local chick-band, that’s what.
Siblings Jane and Tyler Parish have enjoyed moderate success performing in local gay bars, but when someone comes along to coax them toward higher aspirations, the girls in the band must decide how much they want to make it in the mainstream.
Join the band, Listen Sister, as they navigate the music business.
5.0 out of 5 starsDon’t Wonder About This Book, Give it a Read, It Delivers the Bread
By Micheleon September 27, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
I am a big fan of Kelli Jae Baeli’s writing and this book is no exception. She delivers a solid characterization of several members of an all girl band, detailing their hopes, fears, struggles, their lives prior to the band, their relationships, and their future as bandmates. Each band member as well as their manager is well developed and add something to the story. Ever present is Baeli’s trademark sense of humor with several parts of the book displaying laugh out loud witticism.
5.0 out of 5 starsThis is one that will leave you cross eyed, …
ByCindyon September 23, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is one that will leave you cross eyed, because, you just won’t be able to put it down until the end. I literally felt the heart and soul of each one of these character’s, Their struggles with coming to terms with their life experiences, through the music, and the bonds they shared with each other. I don’t want to give anything away but in the end, I couldn’t stop smiling. My admiration for this Author just tripled.
I loved this book.
on September 26, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved The Girls in The Band. Great story. I love the feeling that I’m sitting in an old overstuffed arm chair listening in on my sister and band mates. The book really draws the reader into the story.