Who: Country artist Kalie Shorr releases her debut full-length album Open Book today. What: Open Book is 13 tracks of a glimpse into the life of Shorr and was coproduced with Skip Black. Where: HERE When:  September 27, 2019 Why: It’s 13 songs and my...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 7 With her new album Buck Up released in February, Carsie Blanton is grooving to whatever makes her feel right at the moment…with her focus being more on “songs” vs. “genre,”...
When Irlene Mandrell walked into Guitar Girl Magazine’s media booth at CMA Fest, her electric positivity and genuine kindness instantly crafted a comforting environment within the small space. Happy to divulge insightful tales of her family’s incredible musical past,...
Having dealt with breast cancer in my family after losing my maternal grandmother to what started out as breast cancer and eventually mestastized into bone marrow cancer, I know first hand the effects that breast cancer can have on...
Hi, my name is Shelby Means, I play the bass and guitar, sing, and write songs. My husband Joel Timmons and I have a duo named after my maternal grandparents, Sally & George (www.sallyandgeorge.com). I got nominated for a...
Katrina is a rock guitarist from Milwaukee who has taken lessons from internationally known guitarists Michael Angelo Batio and Gary Hoey. She attended the Wisconsin Conservatory where she studied classical and rock guitar. She has toured with regional bands...
Going by the moniker, Phenix, this powerhouse musician has developed her own "Roxul Pop" movement, and uses warpaint as her main accessory. With this strong persona, her stage performances are pretty powerful, and her voice is just as stellar....
Los Angeles emerging country artist Christie Huff fell in love with country music while a child in Arizona. Spending time between Los Angeles and Nashville, she has spent her time co-writing and creating music. Huff has performed at the legendary...
If you majored in English or enrolled in any literature classes, chances are that Dante’s Inferno was part of the required reading. Somehow, throughout her studies, Gretchen Menn never crossed paths with the classic. Instead, it became required reading...
Lily Maase, well-respected guitarist, teacher, performer, managing editor of Guitar Dad Publications, and daughter to the late Steve Maase, shares with Guitar Girl Magazine how her father’s book, Music Theory You Can Use, was created. Lily continues her father’s...