• Interviews
  • Alfa Anderson, Formerly of the Band Chic, Releases Her first Solo Album

    Alfa Anderson, Chic, single, release

      Alfa Anderson, a former member of the acclaimed band Chic, nominated for the eleventh time in 2017 for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, is one of the most inspiring and humble people I have had the pleasure of speaking with. Having lived a career in music most can only dream […]

  • Behind The Scenes
  • Melissa Etheridge: An Inspiring Night of Music at Skyville Live

      Five incredibly talented women artists and musicians shared one stage to a sold out room at the Emmy Award-winning online music series Skyville Live.  Led by the incomparable multiple Grammy-winning artist, activist, and voice for women Melissa Etheridge, and joined by guitar player extraordinaire Orianthi, rising country star Cam, songwriter, musician, and country artist Lindsay Ell, […]

  • Interviews
  • Emerging Pop Artist, Chetti, Talks New Music, Dedication, and Making her Mark in Music

      The road to achieving stardom is one of commitment, dedication, and talent. It demands an inner passion keeping an artist moving forward regardless of the circumstances, obstacles, or the inevitable “No.”  Chetti, an aspiring Brooklyn-based artist, is doing just that. At the young age of three, Chetti knew her path was to write songs, […]

  • Interviews
  • Shelly Fairchild talks about the winding road of being a songwriter and independent artist

      In a city full of incredible songwriters, musicians, bands and performers, finding one’s place among the many can feel like an impossible reality. Shelly Fairchild, an accomplished songwriter and performer, has courageously remained undaunted. Through an unwavering resolve, she has proved you can be whoever you want to be, and on your own terms. […]

  • A Day In The Life
  • Laurel of Laurel & The Love-In gets real about being a woman in rock

    Nashville-based  rock ‘n’ roll band Laurel & the Love-in released their debut record, Don’t Love Nobody last month. With fiery singles like, “Gonna Do” and “Got A Light“, Don’t Love Nobody is a throwback rock and roll blend of bad attitude and Southern spunk, powered by Laurel Sorenson’s honest attitude and howling vocals. Their electric sound […]

  • Interviews
  • Music Makers: Nashville Duo Jill & Kate discuss body positivity for women & a DIY career

    Jill and Kate Women In Music

    Women in the music industry are under immense pressure to look, behave, and perform a certain way. Unlike their male counterparts, who can throw on jeans and a t-shirt and walk on stage, women are thrown under the bus for even the smallest of flaws. Whether it’s wearing unflattering jeans or the internet’s fascination with […]

  • Interviews
  • Music Makers: Ariel of Icon For Hire has Advice for Bands & Badass Females

    Icon for Hire is a young band with a lot of history. Founded in 2007 by vocalist Ariel and guitarist Shawn Jump, they’ve seen a multitude of ups-and-downs as they’ve meander from independent, to signed, and back again. They self-released two EP’s (2008’s Icon for Hire EP and 2009’s The Grey EP) before getting discovered […]

  • Music Makers
  • A celebration of Carrie Underwood’s “Storyteller” is exactly what we need

      Something really special happen today. Carrie Underwood released her new album, Storyteller, and it’s her best yet. Being a fan of Underwood since, quite literally, the inception of her career… it’s hard for me not to be bias where she is concerned. I love everything from her moral ground, to her voice, to the […]

  • Music Makers
  • 5 albums by women you need to hear right now

      If there’s one thing I’m passionate about it’s the pursuit of women in music. Sure, that’s mostly in the country genre, but I’m all about girl power no matter the genre as long as they’re making solid music that stands for something. Even if that something is their own personal empowerment. I’ve been so […]