We lost another amazing female musician this week. Phoebe Snow, folk guitarist, vocalist, and prolific composer, died on 04/26/11 from complications stemming from a brain hemorrhage. With smooth, mellow hits, her greatest exposure came from her song “Poetry Man” in 1975.
Strum on Sister!
Photo via alexs4r.
Just a healthy dose of music by women who bring it. A little something for everyone! Listen. Download. And support!
Dance & Electronic
- The Kills – Blood Pressures
- Sarah Fimm – Yellow * Based on “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Currently in my top 10 on my iPod!
- Atoosa – When The Cardinals Come
- Windy Asari – You Said
- Allie on the Uke – Perfect Words – Amateur Ukulele Noise Making (Support her Kickstarter!)
- Sweet Soubrette – Days And Nights
- Klondike Kate – Facebook Junkie *Note- I super LOVE this one. We gotta hang again soon!
Photo via here.
Have a Happy Holiday everyone! This will be the last post of the year! See you in 2011 with more Jukebox Heroines!
Your latest PR shout outs from…
Abi Grace – Seattle folk heroine breaking the mold. Feral Queen!
Violetness – Chicago Pop artist who goes her own way. Reminds me a little of Bjork.
The Walking Hellos – Brooklyn Experimentalists. Fuzzy banjo goodness.