Fan Girl Cafe celebrates women in music with stellar lineup at the Troubadour

Kat Cunning, Jax, Trace, Alicia Blue, KingQueen and Noah Vonne grace the Troubadour stage.

It’s a well-known fact that many industries in entertainment tend to be male-dominated. Women and female-identifying individuals have had to withstand the music, recording, and film industries with a chip on their shoulder, knowing they had to prove their worth and play their instruments just as good – or even better – than their male counterparts.

This is why the creation of a space for female, queer, and women musicians and artists in the community is so important. As a female musician myself, I have long been in spaces where my skills as a guitarist were never taken seriously – it was “cute” and I was always asked, “Do you sing, too?”

Fan Girl Cafe, hosted by on-air personality Megan Holiday of KROQ and drummer/podcast host Jess Bowen (The Summer Set, Tessa Violet, Babes Behind the Beats), was a special night held last Sunday, February 27th at the famed Troubadour in West Hollywood. Created by concert photographer Betsy Martinez and her partner Cynthia in an effort to bring together a space for women+ to get together, Fan Girl Cafe will make a home in West Hollywood as a new music-oriented neighborhood cafe and wine bar to support women in music in the community. (…)

For full coverage and more, visit blurredculture.com.

Support the Fan Girl Cafe’s cause by donating or keeping in the know of their upcoming showcases and more here.

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