This up and coming Nashville-based singer-songwriter is set to release her first single “Moonrise” tomorrow on Nashsville’s indie record label South X Sea. A descendant of the Carter family, she pays homage to the family’s 1928 song “Wildwood Flower” with the stage name WILDWOOD.Continue Reading
Interviews of Women in Music
Want to know more about fabulous female musicians and influential women in music? When they started their musical career? Who were their greatest influences? What inspires them? What musical instruments they play? Hobbies, interests...and more?
Well, you've come to the right place! Guitar Girl Magazine interviews great female musicians and executives in the music industry and we want to share their music and stories with you.
Plus, if you know of someone you would like us to interview, let us know. We'd love to feature her!
Minneapolis-based band City of the Weak is made up of band members Stef w/ an F (Vocals), Cody Hoffman (Bass), and Brent Lindblad (Lead Guitar). Started in 2012 by Stef, the band has released their sophomore EP Disclosure in 2014 and since that time, have spent countless hours on the road touring across the U.S. from New York to Los Angeles, with performances at Chicago Open Air, Northern Invasion, Vans Warped Tour, The All-Stars Tour, South By So What?!, Rock Fest (Cadott, WI), and EMG TV.Continue Reading
Known as “one of the premiere female surf guitarists of our time,” Susan SurfTone had a desire for music at a very early age. Elvis, then the Beatles, and on to The Ventures. She got her first guitar several months after watching The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show in 1964 and then it was time for lessons at which she excelled.Continue Reading
There are so many professional musicians out there, working hard touring, recording, writing, performing in different projects, many of them relatively unknown, many of them you SHOULD know. One of them is the amazing Liza Carbé who has had a long illustrious career in quite a few different genres from rock to R&B to world, and continues to make music joyfully! She is a MUST KNOW in the music industry!Continue Reading
From lead guitarist of the all-girl teenage rock band The Runaways produced by Kim Fowley in the mid ‘70s to today’s solo artist, this iconic singer, songwriter and guitarist helped pave a way for female musicians in the rock and metal scene. At the age of 11, Lita Ford received her first guitar and never looked back. Inspired by guitarists Ritchie Blackmore, Johnny Winter and Jimi Hendrix, it wasn’t until attending a show featuring the all-female band Fanny in the early ‘70s that Ford began to develop her approach to playing the guitar which she described in a recent interview is to “focus on your guitar playing first, the rest will be rewarded to you.”Continue Reading