As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 5 After catching a couple of Jessica Lynn’s shows at Winter NAMM 2018 in Anaheim, California, I was a fast fan. Seeing her work so hard performing all over the convention, checking in...
Whether the statement that women have to work twice as hard as men to get respect holds true or not, the band we’re featuring, Sick of Sarah, have, in the last 10 or so years, earned the respect of fans the world over thanks to a hard-driving rock sound that has also given them distinctions ranging from a top emerging band award back in 2008 when they played Milwaukee’s Summerfest, to an incredible-for-its-time 1.7 million BitTorrent downloads of their album 2205 back in 2011.
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 9 - Autumn 2019 - Ladies of Metal Alicia Vigil is a powerhouse of a musician and this summer she fulfilled a life-long dream. Vigil and her band, Vigil Of War, will be playing...
Janey Street is working on a new album, which may sound confusing, considering that she just released a new album, My Side Of Paradise. She has written 23 songs for the next project, meaning that the material will be ready when it’s time to go back in the studio. 
Former tour manager turned musician, Desure blends the genres of country, folk, indie and rock, and has released his latest track, "West Wind (Stay Here Awhile)," pulled from his upcoming self-titled debut EP, out on May 3. The EP...
Who: Valentina Sounds, Italian born/Philadelphia adopted pop/alternative artist What: Release of debut solo album, Bring On The Fire When: Out now, go go go! (11/22/19 if you want to be exact!) Where: Everywhere online (copy Spotify, Apple Music, cd baby, Amazon, whatever) Why: This...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 Instrumentalist, Gwenifer Raymond, is a masterful storyteller. Hailing from England by way of Wales, Raymond’s sound is deeply rooted in Appalachian folk, American Primitive, as well as grunge and punk...
The Violet Kind is a trio out of Scotland and is made up of bandmates Katya Mansell (guitar), Liam Duffy (bass), and Kyle Grieve (drums). Drawing on influences from Paramore and Death Cab for Cutie, their music is clever and has...
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. 
If you love Metal, and all those amazing bands from the ‘80s, then Judas Priest comes to the forefront of your memories. Well, they’re back, sort of, at least their reincarnation is back in the form of Judas Priestess, the all-female tribute band to Judas Priest fronted by MilitiA Vox, their lead singer who has performed with Dee Snider’s heavy metal orchestra Van Helsing’s Curse, and in other musicals including Sins of a Scarecrow and Jesus Christ Superstar. The band is tight and brave, because not just anyone could pull off these amazing covers, but they jump up on stage and they do it!