The title of this post perfectly sums up how The Ettes sound on the recently released single off their album Wicked Will. Just be aware that we aren’t talking about the Holly Golightly of Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
In response to a new West End, London production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which portrays iconic Holly Golightly as a prostitute, straight up and unambiguously, Book Bench has posted part of a 1968 Playboy interview with Truman Capote on the subject. Capote: Holly Golightly was not precisely a callgirl. She had no job, but accompanied expense-account men to the best restaurants and night clubs, with the understanding that her escort was obligated to give her some sort of gift, perhaps […]