Women, Sex and Rock'n'roll: In Their Own Words

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Liz Evans
Pandora, Jan 1, 1994 - Music - 276 pages
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This collection of interviews with notable women performers from the rock world focuses on both new performers with a more radical approach and the more established, but still progressive, artists working today. Rock journalist Liz Evans talks to them about their experience of sexism in the music industry, the riot girl phenomenon, whether they see the recent proliferation of women's bands as a trend that's here to stay, their perception of rock music as a barometer of popular culture, and so on.

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Liz Evans is a journalist who has contributed to "The Guardian" and "Independent on Sunday" newspapers, and the magazines "Elle," "I-D," "Icon," "New Statesman," "NME," "Melody Maker," and "Kerrang!" among others.

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