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Daisy Rock Girl Guitars is a guitar company founded in 2000 by Tish Ciravolo.The company, currently a subsidiary of KMC Music, produces electric and acoustic guitars, bass guitars and ukuleles.
Tish Ciravolo credits her oldest daughter Nicole for inspiring her to create Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. When Nicole was one-and-a-half years old, she drew a picture of a daisy while coloring with her mother. Tish was inspired to draw a guitar neck and headstock on the picture. She developed the design and took it to her husband, Michael Ciravolo, the President of Schecter Guitar Research. (Schecter had grown, under Michael’s leadership, from its original roots as a small instrument parts company in the 1970s and 1980s into a major guitar manufacturer. Early Schecter endorsees included Michael’s old friend Robert De Leo from Stone Temple Pilots, as well as artists like Prince.)
The resulting first model, the "Daisy" guitar, debuted in November 2000 at Seattle's ROCKRGRL music conference. During the conference, musician Courtney Love saw the guitar and liked it so much she graciously gave her stamp of approval with an autograph. In 2006, the Courtney Love signed Daisy Rock Guitar was inducted into the NAMM Museum of Making Music along with Tish Ciravolo and the original drawings by Nicole Ciravolo.
Daisy Rock Guitars entered into a partnership and under this agreement, Alfred Publishing became the co-owner and distributor of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars. Sales in 2003 grew 150%, surpassing the $1 million mark. In 2004, sales doubled again, surpassing the $2 million mark. Daisy Rock Guitars and Alfred Publishing terminated their partnership in 2016. That same year, Daisy Rock Girl signed an agreement with KMC Music, a company belonging to corporate group Jam Industries. Under the terms of the agreement, KMC committed to distribute Daisy Rock products not only in the US but worldwide.
Courtney Michelle Love is an American singer, songwriter and actress. A figure in the punk and grunge scenes of the 1990s, Love's career has spanned four decades. She rose to prominence as the lead vocalist of the alternative rock band Hole, which she formed in 1989. Love has drawn public attention for her uninhibited live performances and confrontational lyrics, as well as her highly publicized personal life following her marriage to Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain.
Veruca Salt is an American alternative rock band founded in Chicago, Illinois, United States, in 1992 by vocalist-guitarists Nina Gordon and Louise Post, drummer Jim Shapiro and bassist Steve Lack. The band's name is inspired by a fictional character created by Roald Dahl. They're best known for their 1994 song Seether and have released 5 studio albums. The group writes and performs their own material, and after a brief hiatus in 2012-13, the band reunited and returned to performing in its original lineup, a first since 1997.
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Hamer Guitars is an American manufacturer of electric guitars founded in 1973, in Wilmette, Illinois, by vintage guitar shop owners Paul Hamer, and Jol Dantzig. The company's early instruments featured guitar designs based on the Gibson Explorer and Gibson Flying V (Vector), before adding more traditional Gibson-inspired designs such as the Sunburst. Hamer Guitars is generally considered the first "boutique" electric guitar brand that specifically catered to professional musicians, and was one of the first guitar manufacturers to produce a 12 string bass guitar.
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Schecter Guitar Research, commonly known simply as Schecter, is a US manufacturing company founded in 1976 by David Schecter, which originally produced only replacement parts for existing guitars from manufacturers such as Fender and Gibson.
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Tish Ciravolo is a Los-Angeles-based bass player and guitar designer, and the president and founder of Daisy Rock Guitars.
ROCKRGRL was the first national publication for female musicians in the United States. Created by Carla DeSantis, the magazine purely focused on women in music and highlighted the artistic diversity of women musicians, often overlooked in mainstream culture. The magazine ran for eleven years, and the strength of its message inspired two pioneering ROCKRGRL conferences that showcased, celebrated, and addressed the state of the music industry for female artists.
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The second season of Rock of Love with Bret Michaels was confirmed by VH1 in October 2007. On December 8, 2007, VH1 started playing advertisements for Rock of Love 2 with Bret Michaels. The second season premiered on January 13, 2008.
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Tom Anderson Guitarworks is an American manufacturer of electric guitars and guitar pickups, based in Newbury Park, California. The company was started in 1984 by Tom Anderson, who is regarded as "one of the most respected names in the […] custom guitar market." They manufacture about 750 instruments per year and have a reputation for "consistently high build quality, superb playability and innovative tones." Their Atom model was featured in Guitarist magazine's "50 guitars to play before you die".
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Damon Marks, is an American professional rock and roll guitarist, songwriter, record producer, and philanthropist. Marks is the founder of the Traveling Guitar Foundation, a non-profit that supplies underfunded school systems with support and musical instruments. He is a spokesman for Merida Guitars and has performed with such artists as Alicia Keys and Bret Michaels.
Laura B. Whitmore is a music marketer, singer/songwriter, event producer, and founder of the Women's International Music Network. She currently lives in Onset, MA.
"Me & My Girls" is a song by American singer Selena Gomez from the deluxe edition of her second solo studio album, Revival, released in October 9, 2015 as the twelfth track on the record. Gomez first performed "Me & My Girls" at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2015, performing it in a medley with the third single from the album "Hands to Myself". The song was written by Gomez, Matt Morris, along with duo Antonina Armato and Tim James, who produced the track under their stage name Rock Mafia.