Elora and Gasoline Alley: Making of a Kids' Band
Elora and Gasoline Alley is a young band trying to make their name a household word. The kids range in age from eleven to fourteen and are already serious musicians. What does it take to make a band succeed? This book looks at the behind-the-scenes lives of the kids and their families. There is a lot of hard work involved in making a band successful. Daily practice, parental involvement, and a commitment to working at making every performance special are needed to be a favorite by their fans.
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