Hit Me with Music: How to Start, Manage, Record, and Perform with Your Own Rock Band

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Millbrook Press, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 142 pages
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Filled with helpful advice on everything from finding other players to writing music and booking gigs, this fact-packed manual by a professional electric bass player is the impetus kids need to launch themselves in the exciting music world.

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Contents

Foreword
4
Chapter
21
Chapter Five
23
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Stephanie Powell lives in Austin, Texas with her engineer/musician husband (a modern-day renaissance man), her two darling children (yes, grown kids can still be darling!) and her Master's in Film (a degree for watching movies . . . what's not to like!) Her day gig is as a sign language interpreter; in her free time, she likes to walk the neighborhood, have lunch with friends, and indulge in her obsession with crafting. Pink is her first young adult novel. She wrote the non-fiction book Hit Me With Music: How to Start, Manage, Record, and Perform With Your Own Rock Band which starts out with a forward by (attention: name-drop alert) Steven Tyler of Aerosmith.

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