Click the play button to listenPurely because Pat ran across a classic artist and a brand new find (for him, at least) who are both women guitarists, we decided to build a whole show around artists fitting that description. Which lets us cover four very different albums while still leaving Mike time to complain about classic rock eminence Kansas and celebrate Sia.
- Discussion of Emily Remler's album East to Wes (Concord) 2:25
- Discussion of Leni Stern's album When Evening Falls (Self-Produced) 15:00
- Discussion of Camila Meza's album Retrato (Vertice) 27:50
- Discussion of Mary Halvorson's album Dragon's Head (Firehouse 12) 40:25
- Pop Matters 1:00:10
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