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Made In Hollywood

by Gina Schock
Publisher: Hachette UK
Release Date: 2021-10-26
Genre: Music
Pages: 240 pages
ISBN 13: 076247498X
ISBN 10: 9780762474981
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Synopsis : Made In Hollywood written by Gina Schock, published by Hachette UK which was released on 2021-10-26. Download Made In Hollywood Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. All Access with the Go-Go's Gina Schock. GINA SCHOCK ALL ACCESS WITH the GO - GO'S DID od rese Theatre MADE HOLLYWOOD MADE IN HOLLYWOOD All Access with the Go - Go's. Front Cover. -- The Go-Go’s were the first all-female rock group in history to write their own songs, play their own instruments, and reach the top of the Billboard charts with their #1 album, Beauty and the Beat. Made In Hollywood is drummer Gina Schock’s personal account of the band, which includes a treasure trove of photographs and memorabilia collected over the course of her 40-year career. The Go-Go’s debut album, Beauty and the Beat, rose to the top of the charts in 1981 and their hit songs "We Got the Beat", "Our Lips Are Sealed", “Vacation”, and "Head Over Heels" (to name a few) served as a soundtrack to our lives in the ‘80s. Now, after the release of their Critics Choice Award-winning Showtime documentary, and in anticipation of their forthcoming induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and their 2021 West Coast shows, Gina takes fans behind the scenes for a rare look at her personal images documenting the band's wild journey to the heights of fame and stardom. Featuring posters, photographs, Polaroids, and other memorabilia from her archives, Made In Hollywood also includes stories from each member of the Go-Go’s, along with other cultural luminaries like Kate Pierson, Jodie Foster, Dave Stewart, Martha Quinn, and Paul Reubens. With a style as bold and distinctive as any Go-Go’s album, Made In Hollywood is the perfect tribute to one of the world's most iconic groups.

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