Women Who Rock: Haley BonarHaley Bonar has been in the Minnesota music scene for twelve years as a singer-songwriter. She talks to WCCO about how she has struck a balance between music, ambition and motherhood.
Women Who Rock: Blues Singer Annie MackAnnie Mack may sing the blues but she has a heart as big as her voice. But because of a tough upbringing, she kept her voice locked away most of her life. Until now.
Women Who Rock: Caroline SmithCaroline Smith's story is a coming-of-age tale. Only hers was done publicly, through music. In the matter of a few years, she went from playing folk rock as Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps, to Caroline Smith: soul-singer, chorus belter and feminist leader. Smith grew up in Detroit Lakes, her mom helping land her first show at a Minnesota summertime staple.
Women Who Rock: Katy VernonWe all know women who rock, but what about those who have the courage to get up on stage and do it? Minnesota is home to many talented female musicians, and we are lucky enough to profile some of them on our show. This time we meet Katy Vernon, the woman who rocks on a ukulele.
Women Who Rock: Molly MaherOur Women Who Rock series continues with a gifted guitar player who has worked on stage with guitar royalty like Prince. And maybe you recognize her from her long-time residency at Nye's Polonaise Room in Northeast Minneapolis.
Women Who Rock: Courtney YasminehFamily tragedy, a teenaged runaway, living in an abandoned cabin in the woods. It may read like the lyrics to a song, but it's singer-song writer Courtney Yasmineh's reality.
Women Who Rock: Davina From Davina And The VagabondsWe are starting a new series on the WCCO This Morning show about Minnesota women who rock. We know all Minnesota women rock, but we are featuring the women on stage who lead with their voices and musical talents. We start with Davina from "Davina and the Vagabonds."