Sunday, May 27, 2018
Singer/songwriter Jessica Campbell is set to release her third album, appropriately titled III, on October 7. It’s been described as one of her “poppiest” albums to date, but Campbell insists that she wrote it the old-fashioned way – with an acoustic guitar.
It was a chance meeting at a pub in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta, GA. As I was sitting at the bar, I overheard a couple next to me chatting about their recording session. After hearing her talking about playing the guitar, I politely introduced myself and Guitar Girl Magazine to the girl sitting next to me.
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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.
In the Wilson sisters’ 2012 autobiography Kicking & Dreaming, Ann Wilson described Sue Ennis as “the dearest friend Nancy or I have ever had.”
Juliette Jules is an extremely talented singer/songwriter from Paris, France. She also plays guitar, piano and synths. She can speak to a young audience and also brings back the classic sound of past generations. Juliette has recently released her debut EP ‘Black Crow’ to coincide with her 16th birthday. Here is her interview for Guitar Girl Magazine:
Brooklyn native and musician Christina Rubino has recently released has first full-length solo album. It is an unusual album that ‘tells the story of a gifted artist who got lost trying to find herself and only found herself when she was lost.’
Last month on this site, we featured an interview with bassist Amanda Hamers and guitarist Rich Keane of Sunshine & Bullets.
Friends Eva Bee and Emma McCall enjoyed playing music together at local coffee shops and pubs in the Chicago area. Eva’s younger sister Arden Bee soon joined and in 2011 the trio became known as Moonrise Nation on the Chicago music circuit and headlined at the Hard Rock Café in 2013.
She was born in Iran, but it was a clash between her family’s religion and that country’s hard-line revolution which inspired them to emigrate to the United States. Shirley Levi is the kind of woman who has channeled the...