Journalist and DJ Connie Kuhns tracks powerful ’80s and ’90s women’s music in new book
Connie Kuhns | Caitlin Press
$26 | 255pp
Every major movement in music history has its roots in the underground. In the late 1970s, punk rock had ripped open the bloated contemporary music scene to expose DIY musicians exploring new approaches to making rock ‘n’ roll and other genres. One of these was the groundbreaking sounds of what came to be called “women’s music,” by the male-dominated industry of the day.
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