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Rockrgrl was the first national publication for female musicians in the United States. Created by writer Carla DeSantis in 1994, the magazine purely focused on women in music and highlighted the artistic diversity of women musicians, often overlooked in mainstream culture. The magazine ran for eleven years.

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Sarah McLachlan: Lilith Fair: If You Want To See a Show, Put On a Festival – Sarah McLachlan Takes the Girls on the Road

Interview by Carla DeSantis, Rockrgrl, July 1997

MOVE OVER, Lollapalooza. This year's summer traveling festival to watch is the Lilith Fair, the brain-child of Canadian artist Sarah McLachlan. ...

Mary Gauthier: The Darker Side of Dixie

Interview by Chris Smith, Rockrgrl, January 2000

MIDNIGHT HAS LONG since passed, and we're sitting in the dim alley behind the legendary Club Passim in Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The fire ...

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