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Allison Thomas Lee,
After discovering a mystical keyboard, a young burlesque singer teams up with a wounded bank robber and his neurotic hostage as they make their way to the big city with lawmen, bandits, bounty hunters and angry ex-wives all in pursuit.
Other than his rugged good looks, amazing songwriting and penchant for smashing guitars, Mario Cash isn't the typical rocker. Nor is Danielle Kelly, aside from her massive, national late teens pop music successes. Both are criminal defense attorneys. More so, Danielle, a late 20s girl-next-door beauty, works for Cash (who has no knowledge of her rock n' roll past)-and she's paralyzed from the waist down. The Cash-Money Boys, a regional band of seven with a cult following, were originated by Cash and lead singer, Andre Money. The group, talented to the core, have been a "near miss" through peculiar circumstances, which have always left Cash unfulfilled. Things change after he listens to a series of anonymous - incredible - vocals that are sent to him. Cash learns that the gifted singer is his handicapped associate, Danielle Kelly. However, he is still unaware of her true identity, a secret that is kept only between Danielle and her former manager, Judge Carol Ann Connelly. What ensues ...Written by
Kenneth Del Vecchio