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The Legends: Sister O.M. Terrell

The Legends: Sister O.M. Terrell

The playing methods of early Southern blues pickers and their often-visceral vocal styles were, in many ways, informed by their  more

The Legends: Poison Ivy

The Cramps rank among the most legendary bands to emerge out of the first wave of American punk. For over  more

Retracing the History of the Steel Guitar and the Shredders Who Shaped It

This feature originally appeared in She Shreds Issue #13, which was released in September, 2017. Before the downtown St. Louis  more

How Fender Offsets Are Helping Shape Music (Again)

Since they were first produced in the 1950s, offset guitars and basses have provided tools for seasoned and aspiring musicians  more

The Legends: Suzi Quatro

The first wave of punk musicians may deserve credit for ripping down new doors for women in rock, but Suzi  more

Lady Plays the Blues: Current and Classic Blues Guitarists You Should Know

Ask a dozen people to describe the blues and you may very well end up with a dozen different responses.  more

The Legends: Renata Tarrago

Catalan guitarist Renata Tarrago’s discography is a testament to her spot among the greats of 20th century classical music. Her  more

The Legends: Selda Bağcan

Selda Bağcan, often billed simply as Selda, is a Turkish folk guitarist, singer, songwriter, and producer whose 40-plus year career  more

The Legends: Caterina Valente

In television’s “golden era” of the 1950s and 1960s, when the new medium elevated well-rounded entertainers to wide audiences, Caterina  more

The Legends: Annie Kerr

Details about Hawaiian singer and steel guitarist Annie Kerr’s career are as scarce online and in print as her once-popular  more

The Legends: Peggy Seeger

For over 60 years, folk artist Peggy Seeger has provided a voice for the politically underserved on both sides of  more

Lucinda Williams On the Hard and Sedulous Road to Major Label Success

[This feature originally appeared in the eleventh issue of She Shreds, published in November, 2016. Subscribe here and receive your  more

The Legends: Carol MacDonald

Before the Pleasure Seekers launched Suzi Quatro’s career and the Runaways inspired generations of punk and metal musicians, Goldie and  more

“Queen of Tone” Abigail Ybarra Talks Fender History and 57 Years of Pickup Winding

The longest working Fender employee isn’t who you might think—she’s a pickup winder, Latina, and one of three sisters raised  more

The Legends: Carline Ray

Throughout her 67-year career, jazz vocalist, guitarist, and bassist Carline Ray remained a creative force in an often male-dominated genre.  more

The Legends: Memphis Minnie

While pioneering vocalist Ma Rainey was dubbed the “Mother of the Blues,” and helped spark the genre’s commercial spread in  more

The Legends: Mary Ford

Multi-talented guitarist, singer, and actress Mary Ford has a shared, yet often unsung, musical legacy alongside her longtime partner in  more

The Legends: Violeta Parra

Chilean singer and guitarist Violeta Parra (Oct. 4, 1917- Feb. 5, 1967) was a politically-minded performer dedicated to discovering and  more

The Story of Maybelle Carter + “Wildwood Flower” Tabs

[In celebration of the 10th issue of She Shreds, we will be posting some of our favorite selections from across  more
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