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Author Archives: Kate Lewis
The International Guitar Research Centre (IGRC) at the University of Surrey (UK) held its 2019 research conference from 14th to 20th July 2019 at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. This event brought together … Continue reading
A great (brief) interview with the legendary Carole Kaye over at Guitarplayer.com. Kaye began her career as a jazz guitarists, but became perhaps most well know for her work as a bass player and member of The Wrecking Crew, an LA-based … Continue reading
A great one-day research seminar at the University of Surrey’s International Guitar Research Centre in October. Was happy to be asked to present a paper on the playing style of Mary Osborne, perhaps the only female to gain commercial success … Continue reading
Had an amazing week in Hong Kong at the Altamira International Guitar Symposium in in July, where I presented a research paper on my framework for popular guitar analysis. . The research symposium was a wonderful event, bringing together guitarists … Continue reading
June 3rd 1897 – August 6, 1973 One of my favourite MM solo’s is from ‘Looking the World Over’ (1941)…… listen @ 1:45
I have had a new article published in the online journal PopScriptum. The latest Volume is entitled “Sound, Sex and Sexisim” https://www2.hu-berlin.de/fpm/popscrip/themen/pst12/index.htm “In the penultimate article, Kate Lewis deals with the gendered connotations of guitar in popular music. In … Continue reading