When 22-year-old Ginny Martin discovers her husband has been cheating on her, she strikes back with the couple’s credit card. Purchasing tickets to every concert on the Rolling Stones North American tour, this devastated suburban housewife packs up the car and takes to the road. Following the Rolling Stones from Los Angeles to Oklahoma City, Ginny experiences freedom for the first time, while coping with the insecurities and limiting beliefs that had kept this small town girl’s life far too small.
Bree Cooper is a nomad, a free-spirited drifter, and a mother who abandoned responsibility – and her young daughter. When Ginny meets Bree at a roadside diner, they impulsively make the decision to throw their lot in together. In each other, they find a friendship that they had longed for. Bree also gives Ginny a chance to have a mother figure who inspires independence and encourages confidence, while Ginny gives Bree a chance to get parenting right on the second try. As they travel together from Arizona to New Mexico, and on to Oklahoma and back to Las Vegas, city by city, the road and the metaphors of the music provide comfort and solace, as well as the inspiration and courage to break free of the past and to return from the road forever changed and ready to blaze new paths to happiness.