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Backstage Chats with Women In Music

Backstage Chats with Women In Music, hosted by Thea Wood, features interviews with trailblazers and rising stars in the music industry. Whether on stage, behind the scenes, or on air, BCWIM introduces you to the women who are making waves in the music industry. Each episode is entertaining, inspiring, and relatable. Join our band of dreamers, rule breakers, and rock stars today! Produced by Herizon Music Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit based in Austin, TX. Learn more at https://backstagechats.com. ... More...

Female Guitar Techs Who Don’t Fret The Small Stuff

September 24, 202000:34:22

Today, we’re coming at you from Strait Music, Austin’s 3rd generation, family-owned music store that has won the Austin Music Awards Best Instrument Repair award for three out of the last four years.    The secret sauce includes not one but *two* female guitar techs (and multi-instrumentalists) who work side by side, which is like finding a 5-leaf clover in the desert.    Meet the women who are upstairs, behind the bench, and close to every guitar’s heart: Lauren Ellis and Jessica Baker. Our podcast is a production of the nonprofit Herizon Music Foundation. Please support the next generation of women in music through education, experience, and role modeling programs. Click here to donate today.  IN THIS EPISODE Jessica and Lauren cover: -- The difference between a guitar tech, a backline tech, and a luthier. -- Lauren’s experience of touring with The Eagles vs. The Monkees. -- Jessica’s hardest gig EVER, and why she’d do it all over again. -- How to play with the boys and be taken seriously. -- Are United Auto Workers union members natural musicians? Lauren knows best :-)  And, of course, The Shakedown! Thanks to Caroline Crawford Consulting for supporting Herizon Music Foundation and the next generation of women in music. More information about her nonprofit consulting services is at CarolineCrawfordConsulting.com.