Her crystalline voice, with just a touch of vibrato, glides over soft fingerstyle guitar, with melodies and imagery that seem to spring from traditional folk yet are her own. She comes from Louisville, Kentucky, and is deeply connected with the music community there, with regular collaborators including Cheyenne Mize and Julia Purcell, with whom she formed the old-timey trio Maiden Radio; singer-songwriters Will Oldham Bonnie Prince Billy and Joe Manning; and guitarist Nathan Salsburg, her main accompanist these days on record and onstage. After a winter concert in Syracuse, New York, I met with Shelley to discuss how she had found her voice as a singer-songwriter. Thinking back, is there particular music from your childhood that is clearly present in your style today? I heard hooks all the time. I just acquired the songs I liked and never followed artists. Was any variety of folk in the mix?
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Female guitarists are often overlooked despite their ability to compose amazing acoustic guitar pieces. From Elizabeth Cotten to Nancy Wilson, my list of personal favorites spawns a wide variety of genres. Here are my top ten best female acoustic guitar songs. I chose these songs based on how well they showcase the musical abilities of each artist. Tracy Chapman bookends my ten best list.
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The three of us met thanks to a friend. So we moved to New York and immediately started to play together. Well not immediately, we started to get to know each other and then I started playing music with her, just the two of us. Why did you chose that name?
Kazu Makino: I am Kazu. I was born in Kyoto. And my first memory of being alive is being in the bathtub with my mom. Japanese bath tubs are really nice, really square and tall, made out of like a cedar wood. I remember just being soaked in there.