Inara George (The Bird and the Bee)

Although I am not limited to liking bands that have women artists in them (or to only liking female-rostered bands where the women are modestly dressed), I like to spotlight bands with women who do generally and fashionably cover up. What I probably won’t ever do is post about artists who I really don’t rave about musically despite how much I like the way they dress. I guess that sounds snobby, but I think my high standards do not just apply to modest fashion. I credit my copy editor, husband, and favorite musician, Rob, for being the biggest influence on me in this arena. If he were female, I’d probably review his band too for being melodically talented (and modestly dressed)! Also, I wouldn’t be married to him (her)…

Here is the lovely Inara George of the bands The Bird and the Bee, Merrick, and The Living Sisters. Her style of clothing and music can be described as sweet, innocent (not so much lyrically), colorful, ’60’s, Parisian, and mostly modest. Beneath this post, you will find one of her music videos. Don’t forget to check that out!

Inara George

Below is a video for a song called “Again and Again” by The Bird and the Bee from their 2007 self-titled album. Initially, I wanted to post the eccentric video for one of my favorite songs of theirs, “Polite Dance Song,” directed by Eric Wareheim. I thought I’d spare you the eyesore of the conspicuous but purposefully artistic way the director uses oddities in his videos. Rob and I love it, though, so here is the link to that other video.

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