It’s our special “Women Who Rock” episode- One special co-host: Hannah Rose Dexter and six kick-ass women who defy and expand the limits of their music genres through pure creative will of power. This episode we chat with the outspoken and visually stunning Alexa Joan Rae from PLEXXAGLASS, The multi-talented vocal sledgehammer- Beck Black, The eloquent classically trained contortionist with a heart of gold- Katy Mikelle, The beautifully bazaar lead of The Department of Descriptive Services- Bebe McPhereson, fierce fashion designer and graphic artist Carin A Hazmat and the soulful guitarist and vocalist Emily Frembgen.
Six extraordinary artists tell their stories of music, mayhem, adversity and triumph this week on Musical Osmosis.
For at least six months I’ve been following several indie artists that have moved and inspired me creatively over this past half year but just didn’t have the time to take on such a project as a three-hour show to showcase them all until now. I’m so glad we were able to put this episode together before the summer break, these six artists have so importantly contributed to my creative focus I knew I had to put a special episode together honoring what they do oh so well.
Coming up third is a metaphorical graceful rainbow exploding from the dark abyss- the stunning contortionist, actor, and musician Katy Mikelle.
Up 5th from the 5th dimension of the bureaucratic region of sector 12 Word Hunter at Mind Power Recitements and Supreme Leader of The Department of Descriptive Services the Wonderfully Whimsical- Bebe McPhereson.
And rounding out our incredible six guest line up is a guitarist and vocalist she really knows how to move you- the emotionally dynamic Emily Frembgen.
So there you have it, six incredibly insightful and innovated artist I think we are going to be hearing a lot from in the future as the blaze a bright and brilliant trail for the next generation of artist.