Alyssa Trahan is a force to be reckoned with and a killer guitarist as well. On top of her guitar skills, Trahan also produces her own music and has even dabbled in making music videos as well. Her new...
Guitar Girl Magazine: Who, What, Where, When, Why  Who:   My name is Hanna Barakat, and I am a Lebanese-American rock artist based out of Austin, TX. Music has consumed and enriched my life since I was a child. I was fortunate...
Her vibrant personality matches her fun and witty pop music, so when Nikki Era chatted with me for this interview, it was like catching up with a friend I hadn't seen in quite some time. Our conversation started with...
Musician, songwriter, and producer Meg Toohey returns to her rock and roll roots with her newest single, “That’s All Over Now,” via Symphonic Distribution released last week. "I dug out my old record player and did a deep dive into...
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As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit has become known worldwide since the popular cover of Fleet Foxes’ “Tiger Mountain Peasant Song” was featured on the duo’s YouTube channel...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine, Issue 8 Eva Gardner's been called the queen of pop bass and session player to the stars. Those are valid descriptions for a first-call bassist who’s worked alongside Gwen Stefani, Cher, and currently Pink. Those...
Originally from Shanghai, cellist Tina Guo moved to the U.S. at the age of five and began learning an instrument at the age of seven under the tutelage of her parents. After years of practice and professional training, she attended the USC Thornton School of Music on a full scholarship.
Songstress, Kat Holland, is a genre-busting tour de force. Her influences include Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse, and Maroon 5, three artists as varied as they are talented, and Holland is a product of all of them. Her sound combines...
To clarify: “last major world tour” does not mean the end of the road. After forty years, twenty albums, and millions of miles, Joan Armatrading wants to make it clear that she is not retiring, not putting an end to touring, and not giving up live shows. She is simply cutting back on extensive global itineraries. Considering how most of us complain when we have to make one connecting flight, with only a carry-on bag, to get from point A to point B, who can blame her?