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...
We had the pleasure of speaking with Molly Hamilton of indie rock band, Widowspeak, who are rising up the musical ladder, having played the prestigious SXSW and were featured in entertainment publication, Interview Magazine. Guitarist and singer, Molly, leads the band with her long-time friend, Robert Earl Thomas on guitar. Having only been in formation since 2010, the band is making great strides with their music, from being critically acclaimed with their debut self-titled album.Their latest release, 'The Swamps,' is filled with lush, nature-influenced themes with nostalgic remnances that will take you to seasons past. The record was released in October of this year, and they will soon have their third record in the works. Read on to discover more about Molly, their North American tour, the themes behind their music, and ideas for their future album: 
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Kendal Conrad

Our sister site, Country Girls Music, interviews young Country artist Kendal Conrad to learn more about her background, inspirations, goals, and more.
The bubbly and beautiful singer-songwriter, Sara Niemietz, is such a fun woman to interview that she and I always have a great time when we conversate. Sara has had a busy year, with the release of her newest album,...
Rachel Pearl, the beautiful and talented redhead based in Nashville, plays the guitar and ukulele, and travels the US performing some of good ole jazz standards, some Top 40 tunes, and sprinkling in some of her original jazzy and poppy tunes, as well.  We met Rachel several years ago at the Luna Guitars booth at the Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California and have been following her ever since, having recently seen her perform at the Summer NAMM Show last July in Nashville.
Born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, the multi-talented members of SHEL developed a passion for music at an early age, growing up with a professional songwriter father and an artist mother. All four sisters are classically trained musicians who began playing in church, and then in their father’s bluegrass band, before setting out on their own. Working with Grammy-winning producer Brent Maher, they released two EP’s, Try to Scream and When the Dragon Came Down, and a full-length album, Paint My Life [2012].
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine July 2018 issue The MonaLisa Twins is a ‘60s influenced band based in London, England fronted by twin sisters Mona and Lisa Wagner. When GGM first learned about the group in October last year, we poured through YouTube...
Swedish born Nikki O’Neill is a professional guitarist, instructor and author who recently released her book Women’s Road to Rock Guitar. Guitar Girl Magazine was able to catch up with the ever spinning jet set rocker to get to know more about just who she is.
Multi-dimensional and in-demand creative executive, Jenna Andrews, wears many hats and wears them well. She wears them so well that she's also an expert vocal producer, executive producer and arranger, and is a songwriting mentor and partner. She also...
Growing up in the Bay Area, Molly Tuttle began playing guitar at age 8, inspired by her father, Jack Tuttle, a musician and private instructor. Within three years, she was performing at bluegrass and folk festivals in Northern California,...