Sarah Longfield is a heavy metal guitarist from Wisconsin. She plays an eight-string guitar and is known for her two-hand tapping style. She found a niche for herself as a YouTuber which developed into signing with the Season of Mist label and producing three solo albums.
She also formed the band The Fine Constant. “Guitar World” named her one of the world’s greatest eight-string guitarists in 2018.
Jennifer Batten graduated from the Los Angeles Guitar Institute and then managed to get picked up by the biggest pop star ever.
Landing lead guitarist for Michael Jackson, yes, that Michael Jackson of mega-hits “Beat It” and “Thriller” for three world tours was an amazing start to her career. She also performed with English rocker the late Jeff Beck.
Orianthi was a child prodigy who played piano at age 3. Today she is one of the best female electric guitarists in the world. Orianthi Penny Panagaris is from South Australia and debuted at the 2009 Grammy Awards show playing guitar for Carrie Underwood.
She played live shows for Michael Jackson and was a guitarist for Alice Cooper. Orianthi also appeared as a guitarist for Michael Bolton, James Durbin, Dave Stewart, Kid Rock, John Mayer. Her work is also featured on Fefe Dobson’s album.
Long-time blues guitarist Debbie Davies has played with bands and done solo work since 1980. She has played guitar for Jimmy Buffet, Albert Collins, J. Geils, and in the band Double Trouble. She’s also known for her work in female bands Maggie Mayall and the Cadillacs.
In blues circles, her work is highly respected. She won 1997 the W.C. Handy Award for Best Contemporary Female Artist.
Canadian blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Sue Foley has been making music and winning acclaim since she was 16. Her first album, called "Young Girl Blues," got her recognized, and she went on to win a record number of Maple Blues Awards (17).
The famous Canadian musician’s signature pink paisley Fender Telecaster sets her apart. She won the Juno Award for her album "Love Coming Down." Foley has played for BB King, Tom Petty, Lucinda Williams, and Buddy Guy.