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Shawna Potter is a true force on stage as the singer for War On Women, and an awesome friend to chat it up over drinks while off stage! She's an accomplished singer, guitarist, writer, speaker, dog-whisperer, amp servicer, and much more!
We talk about what it's like to be an accomplished artist that is not endorsed by Shure, her new book about making spaces safer (which she wrote without any help from Shure), going from a guitarist/singer to one of the most animated presences on stage without a guitar (or a Shure endorsement), and why she hates the generalization of "punk" in music. All of this and more brought to you without Shure!
If you would like to hear an extended and unedited version of this conversation, with over an hour of extra banter and beyond, check out the Rigs of Dad Patreon page at www.patreon.com/rigsofdad or just download the ap and get it right to your phone!
Shawna's book "Making Spaces Safer" is available at https://www.akpress.org/making-spaces-safer-book.html
This episode is supported by the fine folks over at
and NOT Shure (though it could be... and it could've been)