How THESE Women Leave Their Mark on Acoustic Music • Acoustic Tuesday 152

On this episode of Acoustic Tuesday, I’m featuring 10 women who are leaving their mark on acoustic music. Whether it’s through their guitar chops, subtle banjo playing, lyrical prowess, or all of the above, these women are absolutely awesome to listen to.

Now, I chose this list of female artists based on a couple criteria. I wanted to feature people who are little more under-the-radar. So, this list won’t feature Molly Tuttle or Sierra Hull. Instead, I’m willing to bet money you haven’t heard of seven of these artists.

I hope you find some artists that you truly resonate with, that inspire you to go out and live your best acoustic life. At the very least, I hope you have fun and enjoy hearing some new music from incredible artists!

I want to give a shoutout to all of the artists featured on today’s episode as well as the YouTube channels Gems on VHS and Western AF and Ranch Jams— they are the people behind the camera in most of these videos! So, if you want to look for music beyond the artists I am recommending today, check out those two YouTube channels!

If I missed any under-the-radar female artists you think should have been included on this list, let me know in the comments and I’ll try to find their music!

As always, you can catch Acoustic Tuesday at 10 am every Tuesday.

Show Notes

10.) Kaia Kater – – Sun to Sun – When Sorrows Encompass Me Round

9.) Libby Decamp – – On The Range – Orchard

8.) Kassi Valazza – – Johnny My Dear – A Fine Colour

7.) Melody Walker – – Bigger Than This – We Made It Home

6.) Kiki Cavazos – – Cold Love

5.) Rhiannon Giddens – – Wayfaring Stranger – String of Pearls w/ Laurelyn Dossett

4.) Belle Plaine – – Squared Up – Good Heart

3.) Molly Parden – – Weather – Seasons of Love

2.) Sabine McCalla – – Baby, Please Don’t Go

1.) Riddy Arman – – Spirits, Angels, or Lies – Problems of My Own

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