Multi-instrumentalist Anna Sentina began her love music at an early age beginning on the piano at age eight, then onto guitar at 12, and finally the bass at 13. Influenced by metal bands that were favorites of her Mother, she took to learning more about music and performing with a band by enrolling at the local School of Rock where she quickly excelled and became one of their All Stars having the opportunity to tour the West Coast with other School of Rock students performing songs played during Woodstock. She would later go on to attend the famed Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California where she studied bass guitar.
Check out the latest happenings in this interview with powerhouse sister duo, Larkin Poe! Finishing up a stellar year in 2017 with tremendous success and momentum building in their music, we chatted with sisters Rebecca and Megan Lovell about...
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? 
Originally from New Jersey, Arielle has lived in California most of her life. She started singing at the young age of five with the Peninsula Girls Chorus, and shortly thereafter began piano lessons, and then ultimately picked up the guitar at the age of 10. Influenced by rock icons Brian May, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Slash, Tommy Emmanuel, Steve Vai, and many others, Arielle practiced and studied and by the age of 16, she could shred with the best. 
Music industry veteran Chandra Lynn launched Glow Marketing LLC in January 2000 as a marketing consulting business for the music industry and consumer goods. However, she founded her company with a different twist: providing inspiration, positive influence, and emotional health and wellbeing, which she does via her partner lifestyle brand, Glow Living. A certified coach, she created the platform as a free community to provide resources, outreach, and educational information to help others in their quest for a healthy life, healthy attitude, and search for purpose.
It’s been just over four years since Gretchen Menn released her self-produced, solo debut album, Hale Souls. It wasn’t her first experience in the studio; Menn’s discography includes original band projects Lapdance Armageddon and Sticks and Stones, and of course Zepparella, the Led Zeppelin tribute band with whom she tours the U.S.
On a warm, spring evening, I paid a visit to a pub in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida, which had a courtyard right in front of it. It was there that I got to enjoy a live set by a female singer and guitarist who’s probably one of the more creative in terms of how she plays the guitar. 
Perhaps you may know Christina Perri for her songs “Jar of Hearts” on “So You Think You Can Dance” and “A Thousand Years” on "Twilight’s Breaking Dawn” or from seeing her on some of her television appearances on “The...
Shakespeare penned the line “I cannot heave my heart into my mouth” for King Lear’s daughter Cordelia, which set a great tragedy in motion. This is clearly not an affliction about which Samantha Fish has to worry. The young...
Sharon Isbin’s name is synonymous with classical guitar, and while it is the style for which she is best known, her repertoire extends into a remarkable network of artists and projects, from symphonic maestros to the hierarchy of rock...