"These women learned to harmonize and they learned to play instruments," Sucsy said. "They weren't these amazing, accomplished singers who banded together. That's what's interesting about it. "It's not just like, 'Hey, you can play the guitar, I can play the piano, I can play the harmonica. Let's put a band together.'
"It's like, 'We have to get out of jail, and if we have to put a band together to do that, then that's what we're going to do,' " he added. Sucsy says that he is planning to cast real-life musicians alongside Aniston, 40, for the band.