I had the chance to test out Fender’s PM-2 Standard All Mahogany Parlor guitar which is an addition to their Paramount Series.  The Parlor being a body shape which predates the most popular shapes of today, such as the...
These girls are bringing it on in Chronicles of Jane, Vol 1 dropping October 13.  Great beat, heavy hitting drums, punk rock guitar riffs, and unapologetic lyrics…whoa!  Known for their gritty, raw, riot-grrl sound, Jackknife Stiletto did not disappoint...
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine June 2018 issue. PRS HAS DONE IT AGAIN!! If you haven’t already heard, PRS and John Mayer have collaborated to give us a new John Mayer model guitar. The PRS John Mayer Silver Sky is a blend...
Orianthi with Robby Krieger at Lucky Strikes Live in Los Angeles, CA on October 30, 2019 Orianthi with Robby Krieger at Lucky Strikes Live in Los Angeles, California
Valerie June performed at the Showbox at the Market in Seattle, WA on August 18, 2019  
Beatle guitarist, George Harrison's older sister, Louise, has written an insightful book about her life and her connection with her famous brother.
As seen in Guitar Girl Magazine Issue 5 At the January 2018 Winter NAMM Show, Fender announced six new effects pedals. These innovative pedals have a lot of unique features that utilize technology and ideas that will bring them to...
Today’s technology gives musicians almost unlimited options when recording music. Whether using Pro Tools on your laptop or Garageband on your iPad or iPhone, it is easier than ever to get a quality recording tool in a mobile and inexpensive...
The Texas K.G.B. played in Marietta, Georgia on Friday, January 30, 2015 to a good-sized crowd at Darwin’s Burgers and Blues. For those who are not familiar with Texas K.G.B., their sound can be described into a genre known as alternative folk music. Darwin’s had a good crowd for the band, many of whom enjoyed the food and drinks just as much as the Texas K.G.B. that night. It was a great night of live music and good burgers, as the performance was enjoyable and the sound was great.
Jess Moskaluke performed at the Abbotsford Centre in Abbotsford, British Columbia