I never really noticed how odd it was for me to play guitar until my aunt came to visit. She peered into my room and offhandedly remarked that she’d “never seen a black girl who played guitar.”
I'm A Classic Rock Music Writer, And My Readers Assume I Must Be A Man Because "Women Can't Write Rock"
Many girls I knew idolized Penny Lane, the golden-haired “band-aid” who enchanted the rock stars. They wanted to be her. Me? I wanted to be William Miller.