Less than a year and a half ago, I reviewed an Antigone Rising concert at a folk festival in downtown St. Petersburg.  What I said back then about this veteran New York-based female foursome offering a sound that has a modern country feel without the twang still holds true.
From studying at the University of Oxford, to starting her own micro-financing organization, Ananya Birla is a lightning bolt of passion. Growing up in India, Birla was faced with the inequalities of the world from an early age and...
Guitarist and musician Hannah Wicklund has been writing, playing, and creating music since she was a young girl, and her love of guitar extends from this earliest memory to her current love of playing. We witnessed her polished and...
Blues musician and guitar player, Liz Brasher, is definitely paying homage to her influences with her blues sound. Brasher has recently released her debut EP, Outcast, ahead of her upcoming full-length album, due later this year. Critics have sung...
Stacy Russo has created a unique book about the punk rock era, focusing on the women who were such a huge part of it. We Were Going to Change the World: Interviews with Women From the 1970s & 1980s...
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! 
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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.
Americana roots-rocker Erica Blinn's released a new album Better Than Gold earlier this year. “I like to think of this album as having a little something for everybody,” says Blinn. “It definitely has the rockers but it also has some more...
Eight years ago, guitarist Nili Brosh, a teenager attending the Berklee College of Music, uploaded one minute and 25 seconds of herself performing a Guthrie Govan solo. She did it without ego or lofty dreams of stardom, but soon became an Internet sensation.
Known as “one of the premiere female surf guitarists of our time,” Susan SurfTone had a desire for music at a very early age. Elvis, then the Beatles, and on to The Ventures. She got her first guitar several months after watching The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show in 1964 and then it was time for lessons at which she excelled.