Feminine Magic … in MusicDiscover musicians, singers, and songwriters who bring tunes of every kind to local stages
By Katie Marie Chatham
As the world slowly reapproaches “normal” and venues begin to re-open, PWM believes there’s no better time to feature some amazing female musicians from around the area. These women artists boast talent in every genre from country to rock, indie to jazz and everything in between.
Lisa Marie is part of a duo act that is made up of her dynamic vocal abilities, coupled with guitar by Darin Mahoney. Lisa Marie adds her own unique vintage vibe to a rockabilly sound.
Angi is a soulful singer and songwriter whose sounds and words transcend into the hearts and emotions of her listeners. Her voice is raw and honest. She connects with her audience by delivering raw emotion, reaching audience members with joy and sorrow, sadness, and celebration.
Ember Lou Larson is originally from the plains of South Dakota and has spent the past two decades in the Prescott area, writing and performing her unique take on progressive folk music. Ember is a progressive songwriter who gravitates toward nature-oriented themes.
Candace Devine is a songwriter on the Grammy Nominated Album, “Wild Heart” by Mindi Abair. She has been a backup singer for Christina Aguilera, a recognizable voice for film and television singing for Chico’s So Slimming Jeans, the theme song of Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, Bonneville, Georgia Rule, The Voice, WIGS network, and many other TV, film, and radio placements.
Stephy Leigh’s original songs come from an eclectic background. She is a jazz and classically trained trumpet player from small-town Ohio, turned singer-songwriter and music teacher.
Never staying in one place as a kid, Rachael Beck, professionally known as Rachael Plays Guitar, always had her headphones on and her sneakers laced up for the basketball court. She was born in Denver, Colorado, and raised all over the state of Arizona.
Madison Roe is a young artist with an old soul. A Prescott resident who relocated from the tropics of Hawaii, her music often features sounds from Hawaiian culture such as the ukulele.
Autumn Hitson was born and raised in Prescott, and music has always been a big part of her life. Her father and his father are both musicians and have played music for more than 70 years combined, and her parent’s joke she came out of her mother singing rather than crying.