Lily Maase, well-respected guitarist, teacher, performer, managing editor of Guitar Dad Publications, and daughter to the late Steve Maase, shares with Guitar Girl Magazine how her father’s book, Music Theory You Can Use, was created. Lily continues her father’s...
Despite her Southern roots growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, Emily Hackett was a big rock ‘n’ roll fan. Her father, a rock critic and “the music guru in the house” according to Hackett, made sure his daughter was exposed...
Most parents believe their children are special, maybe even gifted, but thinking your child is a prodigy is another matter. For Jeanie Flowers, it was what she calls “an evolutionary process” when it came to her daughter, Rachel. “Rachel’s dad...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. “Sisterhood is Forever” appears on the home page of the Sledge Grits’ website, so we knew they would be a perfect fit for our Sister Acts Edition. We were first introduced to this sister...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. Charlotte and Sarah Command are “commanding” a great deal of attention lately as the sister duo The Command Sisters. The Toronto based duo began their musical journey in the small town of Alberta playing acoustic...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. The Shook Twins, a sister act featuring identical twins Laurie and Katelyn Shook, is currently dotting the country with a sound that is equally hard to pin down. Rooted in folk and layered with...
Reposted/reprinted with Permission from Gretsch Guitars Timing, as they say in Hollywood or in this case, Austin, Texas, is everything. In 2008, Joe Carducci, Senior Product Manager for Gretsch Guitars happened to be at a Rockabilly Festival in Austin, Texas and...
When Laurie Raveis met Dennis Kole at the Crown of the Continent Guitar Festival in Bigfork, Montana five years ago, little did she know they would eventually become a performing duo. They would eventually meet up again at a...
As seen in September/October 2018 Issue of Guitar Girl Magazine The longevity of a brand can be attributed to many things – market foresight, steady leadership, and adherence to change, for example. Above all, however, a company cannot endure without a...
"The space in between the notes is just as important as the notes themselves," says bassist Ashley Reeve. Whether live or in the studio, she "plays for the song” with that tasteful, less-is-more approach. Onstage, she's in tall leather boots,...