State of SATE

I love to get the inside scoop on new releases by Black Women I n Rock. This week State of SATE hit me up with a sneak peek, or rather listen, of her new single, "Dirty Little Lie." It's hard and funky, with a sensuous groove. YASSSS! So of course, I couldn't let her get …

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Guitar Gabby & TxLips

In January 2016, TxLips (Translation: two lips) was born. This band recently came on my radar, as "Black Women IN Rock to watch." TxLips, founder, and guitarist, Gabriella Logan - a.k.a. "Guitar Gabby" - is on a mission to elevate Black female musicians in the world of rock. We are definitely on the same vibrational …

Malina Moye

I first met Malina Moye four years ago, during a research interview for the documentary, Nice  & Rough: Black Women In Rock. Malina's energy is infectious, and her determination is reflected in her resume. She is revered as one of the best guitarists in the land - and one of the only women invited to …

Starr Cullars

Starr Cullars is on the road again, with a new band, spreading her own brand of rock. It's progressive and hard, with a funky, cosmic flow. Starr is from the P-Funk pedigree. She was introduced to George Clinton via Prince and Paisley Park. Starr may look familiar as a former Counselor on VH-I's Fantasy Rock …

Tamar-Kali

5 Lbs. of ROCK Interview by Sheila Dianne Jackson One of the first contemporary, indie #BlackWomenINRock I became intrigued with was Tamar-Kali.  A featured artist in the cult classic film, Afro-Punk, she is certainly an artist who 'can only do it one way - Nice & Rough'.  She has power, depth, and swagger that is heart-wrenchingly genuine and unforgettable. …