Girls in Trouble: Telling women’s stories in a ‘language’ I understand

“The world is woven through us/I swear I wont forget/how her fingers hold the thread.” This is the final line of the song “Rubies,” off the amazing sophomore album “Half You Half Me” by the group Girls in Trouble, released on JDUB records earlier this month.

Girls in Trouble may sound familiar because we blogged about it in 2009. If you want to know more details about the project, the bio and music player on the Girls in Trouble MySpace page is a good place to start. In short, the band is the most recent incarnation of a “concept project” started a few years ago by front-woman Alicia Jo Rabins and expanded by bassist Aaron Hartman (now Alicia’s husband). I had the distinct pleasure of attending a Girls in Trouble house-concert this week. It was my first, but it definitely wont be my last.


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