Welcome to Season Two! Had the pleasure to interview the women behind Guitar Girl Magazine at Summer Namm 2019.
Guitar Girl Magazine: https://guitargirlmag.com
Fretsisters Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/fretsisters
On this episode of Fret Tea Talk: All four founders of Fretsisters wrap up Season One. We discuss some of our favorite moments, interviews of the season and what’s to come for season two. Thank you all for listening, sharing and thank you to all of our guest on S1 of Between Frets.
On the sixteenth episode of Between Frets: We have the legendary Cheryl Cooley from the group Klymaxx. Cheryl will discuss her beginnings in music, being in one of the first mainstream all female bands and much more.
On this episode of Fret Tea Talk: Three of the founders, Genny Jam, Shorn “Shorny Shorn” Marshall and Lacole Rose discuss “Industry Shenanigans”. From how to stay professional in adverse working environments, staying healthy, dealing with ungracious co-workers, staying stress free and much more.
On episode 14 of Between Frets we have: Tiffany Lloyd aka Tiffs Bass. Tiffany is a bass player based out of the DMV area. We will discuss her beginnings in music, why she picked up bass, her song Viscosity, new music, the health of musicians and much more.
On episode 13 of Between Frets we have: Tèja Veal. Teja is a Atlanta based bassist. Tèja will discuss her musical journey including her Ep. Hopeless Romantic, her #Dearfuturehusband IG series, touring and much more.
On this episode of Fret Tea Talk: All four founders of Fretsisters discuss the reasoning for having a good branding/ marketing strategy for artist and how a bad one could tarnish your image, potential gigs and much more.
On episode 11 of Between Frets: We have one of our founders, Karyn Smith. Karyn is a New York native who studied jazz guitar at Berklee. We will discuss her journey from violin & trumpet to guitar, gigging, music theory and much more.
On this episode of Fret Tea Talk: Two of our founders Shorn “Shorny” Shorn Marshall & Genny Jam discuss the joys and sometimes pitfalls of being a mom in the music industry. Also if the times have changed for new mothers in music w/ the age of social media.
On Episode 9 of Between Frets: We have Guitar Gabby, a singer/guitarist based out of Atlanta, Ga. Gabby will discuss her Txlips band, the origins of the name, her music, her love for rock music and much more.
On this episode of Between Frets: We have Samantha The Ghetto Songbird. She is a singer/songwriter/guitarist from North Philadelphia. Songbird will be discussing the origin of her name, her love for rock music, love for her culture also her upcoming tour in Botswana the end of May and much more.
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On this episode of Fret Tea Talk: All four founders of Fretsisters discuss Beyoncé’s documentary Homecoming. From Beyoncé’s musical influence, her band, work ethic, her icon status among the greats and much more.
Fret Tea Talk: The founders of Fretsisters, Karyn Smith, Genny Jam, Shorn “Shorn Shorny” Marshall and Lacole Rose have a roundtable discussion about the current state of female musicians/guitarist in the music industry.
On today’s Between Frets podcast we have: Ice. Ice is a guitarist/ songwriter from the Bay Area who first picked up the guitar as teen and quickly discovered her love for Metal/Rock music. We will discuss her beginnings in music, upcoming album and other topics. Ice is endosered by Ormsby guitars and Lkstraps.
Jackie Venson joins the Fret Sisters and Between Frets to discuss her love for music and her experiences as an artist. Jackie Venson is a singer, songwriter, and musician from Austin, Texas. Her unique voice is certain to appeal to music fans of all ages. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Jackie studied composition and studio production. She has accumulated more than 13 years of piano experience, 6 years of singing, 7 years of songwriting, and 2 years of intensive guitar study. Welcome Jackie Venson!