Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses

Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses

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Poison Ivy

Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses - Poison Ivy
Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses – Poison Ivy

Poison Ivy – punk rock women live life on the edge and their sex appeal is undeniable. Add guitar genius and they are smoking hot. Poison Ivy is the stage name of Kristy Mariana Wallace, guitarist of The Cramps.

She first emerged on the scene in 1976. Like many famous acts, she began in Akron, Ohio before heading to New York city with Cramps lead singer and future husband, Lux Interior.

Her talent for song writing has been honored by cover versions played by the likes of Queens of the Stone Age and The Jesus and Mary Chain.

Since her husband’s death, she no longer plays live.

 

The Great Kat

Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses - The Great Kat
Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses – The Great Kat

Katherine Thomas took on the stage name The Great Kat for her music career. She trained classically as a violinist at the Juilliard School before turning to metal guitar, and was voted as one of the fastest guitarists of all time by Guitar World Magazine.

She released a DVD called Beethoven’s Guitar Shred in 2009 which met with rave reviews. Her metal versions of many classical numbers such as The Flight of the Bumblebee, Paganini’s Caprice #24 and Beethoven’s 5th Symphony.

All this and she is a hot and busty blonde. Full of attitude, her sexiness might scare you.

 

Laura Marling

Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses - Laura Marling
Hot Women Rock Stars who are actually Guitar Geniuses – Laura Marling

Laura Marling is like an old wise soul in the body of a beautiful young woman. Lyrically she is divine, playing folk rock superbly on guitar.

She is only 27, however she began her musical career at 17. She has played with Mumford & Sons and toured with Jamie T. However, on her own she shines the most.

Her guitar talents were born in her father’s recording studio. Her father, the 5th Marling Baronet, Sir Charles William Somerset marling, introduced her to folk music.

She has been nominated numerous times for the Mercury Music Price and various Brit Awards. She did receive a Brit Award in 2011, for Best British Female Solo Artist.