Tara Low is an entrepreneur in Atlanta, GA who has created and developed an online music store, Guitar It Up for Girls at www.guitaritupforgirls.com, which caters to female musicians (both aspiring and accomplished). Tara launched her business in 2009 and has created business alliances with major manufacturers of musical instruments and charitable organizations which she supports including Los Angeles Women in Music, Guitars in the Classroom, Girls Rock, Special Angel, A Place Called Home, and various others which she has supported through these partners.Continue Reading
Meet the Team
Meet the Staff at Guitar Girl Magazine. Working to bring you the most informative and up-to-date news in the music industry on everything related to female guitarists from around the world. With over 25 years experience in the industry, our team has the knowledge and insight to keep you informed.
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Todd Low has been designing and developing websites for as long as he can remember. He is an avid musician and his songs can be heard on various television shows througout the year. Todd enjoys playing drums, guitar, bass, and piano. In his free time he can be found in a nearby coffee house researching upcoming shows and the latest web trends.Continue Reading
Lindsey's love and passion for music began in early childhood, but elevated in her adult years, and has continued since. She has held many titles in the music industry; booking, management, promotions, event planning, you name it, but her first love is writing. So, she has focused on her talent in that and has seen incredible bands and artists live, along with interviewing well sought-after musicians and organizations.
Lindsey is currently based in Atlanta, Georgia but prides herself in covering music everywhere. She has a B.A. in Communication Arts with a minor in English, and hopes to convey her love of music and the people who create it through her writing. Lindsey's credits include Atlas Jams and Atlanta Indie Music Examiner.
Steve McKinley is the bass player for Joel Kosche (of Collective Soul) in his solo band.Continue Reading
Amy Rollinson Arnold is a Connecticut-transplant that has been living and thriving in Atlanta, GA for the last seven years. She pays her bills by working as a senior biologist at the Georgia Aquarium. You will often find her underwater diving with whale sharks or culturing jellies in the aquarium’s aquaculture room.Continue Reading
I am a DJ and writer in Atlanta, GA. My love of music and fashion can be contributed to my life experiences growing up in diverse cultures. This was further developed during my time as free form DJ at Marshall University’s college radio station WMUL. I now DJ for party 934 as an internet radio personality. This has led me into having a very interesting view of the music I listen to on a daily basis, and how the fashion of the artist blends into the style and sound of their music.Continue Reading
Ted Low has been a music enthusiast and guitar player since his early teens. Inspired by The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Eddie Van Halen, and many others. He has acquired a pretty nice collection of guitars to include Gibson, Fender, Gretsch, Rickenbacker, Hagstrom, and recently added a few Luna acoustics for fun!Continue Reading
Ché Zuro is a professional musician/singer/songwriter with a very colorful past. Along with writing, she is also obsessed with genealogy, skiing, travel, and history.Continue Reading
Shawn SixX is a self-proclaimed old school music fan first and foremost! It seems that ideal though has been lost in translation more often than not in today’s world of music journalism. Thankfully Shawn is making it his mission to report about the “feeling” of music more than your typical wiki-page bullet point run down. Imagine a long haired and tattooed Edgar Allen Poe meets Hunter S. Thompson and you should get it!Continue Reading
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