When She Speaks I Hear the Revolution takes over Jitterbug Coffee Hop every fourth Saturday of the month at 7pm. These evenings provide an alternative for male dominated open mics and are open format. Music, comedy, poetry, prose, and everything in between are welcome.
Upcoming Open Mics*:
Saturday | January 24, 2015
Saturday | February 28, 2015
Saturday | March 28, 2015
All open mics start at 7pm at Jitterbug Coffee Hop (1855 S 700 E).
For more information email rebelgrrrl.theblog @ gmail (dot) com
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Monthly Archives: May 2007
When I bought American Doll Posse, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. I’m not a “tori-phile”, my only real exposure to her was from the ’92 album “Little Earthquakes.” Since the late 1980s Tori has been around. From the … Continue reading
It’s funny how things many of us know to be true, aren’t so widely known among widely respected media sources—take for example CNN. Last Thursday, an AP story appeared on CNN with the headline “If You’re a Female Singer, You’d Better … Continue reading
I’m ’bout to graduate from the wonderful college that has been my home for the past three years and start anew in a completely different spot. And currently am in the middle of packing and scrapbooking (so I can put … Continue reading
“Yes I wore a slinky red thing Does that mean I should spread? For you, your friends, your father, Mr. Ed.” “Me and a Gun” Tori Amos It’s easy for guys to laugh at movie scenes where a woman character … Continue reading
While pop culture has (for the most part) embraced women musicians–especially as lead singers–it hasn’t so much embraced the women guitarists. As Evelyn McDonnell noted in “She’s in the Band”, female lead guitarists have remained few and far between. Perhaps, … Continue reading