Guitar Goddess Radio with Ezina

Guitar Goddess is devoted to incredible female guitar players from all over the world. We feature the latest news, interviews, concert dates and industry events about, and for, female guitarists from as far away as, the U.K. Japan, Sweden and Australia to Canada and the U.S. Here you’ll find female guitarists covering all music genres from folk, classical, jazz and bluegrass to rock and country. Guitar was launched in 1995 to honor the women who have the courage, determination, and drive to make it in an industry that’s been dominated by men for so many years. Female guitar players are gaining their own fan bases with their own brand of passionate rock & roll shredding and soulful storytelling. We share the wisdom and insight female guitarists share with us. Our interviews feature backstage info on how these female guitar players got their start, stories from the road, secret tips to success and where you can see them play next. Guitar Goddess celebrates the journey of these women and the men who stand by them and encourage them forward.
RSS Feed Subscribe in Apple Podcasts
Guitar Goddess Radio with Ezina





All Episodes
Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 25, 2017

Lo Carmen is an Australian singer-songwriter, musician and actress. Carmen has independently released five albums in the Americana alt-country indie rock vein.

First single 'Last Thing I'll Remember' from sixth studio album.'Lovers Dreamers Fighters', out Nov 10 2017.

Written in rural Georgia, recorded in Nashville, polished up in downtown LA, 'Lovers Dreamers Fighters' offers up a slow burning take on country soul. The 10-track album will be available digitally and on limited edition vinyl through Chiquita Records.

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy lends his iconic drawl to anthemic duet “Sometimes Its Hard” and the cream of Nashville's best players, who have accompanied the likes of Johnny Cash, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Dan Auerbach, Lori McKenna, Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves and Tony Joe White, bring the songs to life.

Oct 11, 2017

Working with Reps: Everything you need to know to build a successful team. 

Our guests on this show are two powerhouse women who manage actors, musicians and social media influencers. They will be sharing the ups and downs of building a team, things artists should know and how to find a rep that will go hard for you. 


Belle Bromfield’s is the founder and CEO of Bromfield Entertainment. Her journey through the entertainment industry has been as eclectic as it has been promising. She began her life on the islands of Jamaica, moving with her family to California at the age of fifteen. Her first foray into the biz led her into modeling, where she stormed her way into Magazines, as well as many print ads and runways.

In 2003, she was a trophy model in the televised Essence Awards, and her runway work was featured in the movie “Hair Show,” in which she appeared opposite Monique (“The Parkers”) as herself.

Karla S. Escobar is the founder & CEO of Wise Owl Media Group, a multimedia company based in Los Angeles, CA that specializes in production consulting, brand development, public relations, and video & post-production.

Before becoming an entrepreneur Karla worked as a coordinating producer for CBS's Emmy award winning show, Entertainment Tonight for over 5 years interviewing and producing segments with the likes of Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and more. She also coordinated the first live Grammy broadcast, and multiple specials with TV Guide (AKA PopTV).

Oct 4, 2017

Sarah Lightman hails from the East Coast. She grew up in Hightstown, NJ, and later attended college at Temple University to study musical theater. She has been submerged in performing arts her whole life. Much of her family are also musicians and artists. Her dad Aaron Lightman was signed with RCA Poppy Records, her cousin Toby Lightman is also a successful singer/songwriter, and her cousin Jonathan Russell (jazz violinist and movie composer) is featured playing violin on Sarah's newly released song "Fear."

Sarah just released her EP Friday the 13th of January 2017.


“My music is rooted from personal experiences to help inspire others to heal from day to day struggles. I see so much sadness, pain, and sickness running wild in the world today, especially with the recent shooting in Vegas and the death of Chester Bennington. I feel the need to take responsibility for my own pain in hopes to help others get back on their feet. Suffering is inevitable, but by making the choice to see the wounds we already have, we can start to move forward toward a healthier place.”