Recently, I had the pleasure of speaking with the hard-hitting drummer for The Iron Maidens, Linda McDonald. Among other things, we touch on what she’s been up to during these interesting times, her favorite Iron Maiden songs and albums, her time with Phantom Blue, and what she’s looking forward to the most once COVID-19 breaks.
Some of us are just born with music, more specifically, vinyl, in their blood. Amanda Schutzman is one of those people. Her Dad is Mike Schutzman, the super cool owner of Slipped Disc Records and the founder of Vinyl Revolution, the amazing traveling record show we have all come to know and love (on the east coast that is).
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Brittany Denaro, known professionally as Britt Lightning is bar none, one of the best guitarists in Rock music today. She’s been in multiple badass bands, been an axe for hire, and traveled the world while touring with some of the greatest musicians on the planet.
This week, we are celebrating women in music, and in our community. This week, I “sit down” with the founder of Women Who Rock, Melinda Colaizzi. Last month, I wrote an article centered around the contributions of women in music over the last half century, the inspiration for which was inspired by the incredible organization, Women Who Rock
There is a common misconception that men dominate the Rock scene. It’s not true. Women have long co-dominated the Rock scene. The real issue is that they simply aren’t properly acknowledged for their achievements. Over the last several years, women have finally begun to speak out against those who oppress, undermine, and relegate them. It is no longer cool, or acceptable, to be a misogynistic alpha male.