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Coretta Scott King

Did you know the reason the U.S. has a federal holiday for Martin Luther King Jr is because of the work of Coretta Scott King? Learn about this active participant of peace who was active in the Civil Right Movement before meeting MLK. Show Notes We are on Zoom ’cause COVID The Gal Pals for […]

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Axis Sally

Scary gals month concludes with Mildred Gillars, better known as Axis Sally or the Berlin Babe or the Berlin Bitch. An American who was hired by the Nazi’s to tell the Allied soldiers to put their guns down and go home. The gal pals also talk about vampires and how exhausting it sounds to live […]

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Cross Stitch Tutorial & Patterns

Cross-stitching is a wonderful activity when you want to stab something a thousand times and not get arrested for it. It’s also a great activity for self-care as it can be a wonderful meditation to take time with each stitch and see an accomplishment of a row, a color, or a full design project. Cross-stitching […]

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Dolly Parton – Gal’s Guide Podcast

Katie’s 1 Cool Music gal has pissed off the KKK, written upwards of 5,000 songs, gives books away to kids, created a theme park and way more! You might know her by her greatest asset but there is much more country gal from Tennessee. Katie talks about Dolly Parton…who actually lost in a Dolly Parton […]

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Nico – Gal’s Guide Podcast

Gal-pals Rebecca, Bonnie, Katie and Leah, start off the show talking about the best concerts and the first concerts. Some of them are cool, some of them, well, let’s just say they are trying to forget them. For her 1 Cool Music Thing, Rebecca shares a connection to a gal who was a model and […]

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Gunhild Carling – Gal’s Guide Podcast

You might see a gal play 3 trumpets at once on America’s Got Talent this month and wonder “Who is that?!” Well, get ready for a ride learning about Gunhild Carling, a performer who plays multiple instruments loves to Rick Roll, plays for the King of Sweden, and is a master at making up a […]

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Seeking Books About Women In Music

Gal’s Guide is building an independent women’s history library and is seeking works by women and about women. This month we have a list of books by and about women in music. UPDATE: The Gal’s Guide Library opened March 6, 2020. Each link goes to our Amazon Smile Charity Wish List. If you have these books and would […]

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Dusty Springfield

It’s music month at Gal’s Guide and a new group of gal pals have joined to have some fun. Bonnie takes the stage first talking about Dusty Springfield the singer of “Son of a Preacher Man”, “Wishin’ and Hopin’ and more. Don’t miss this fab episode because we learned that Dusty threw food when she […]

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Gal’s Guide Podcast – Nina Simone

This week Rebecca’s 1 Cool Black History Thing is about the singer and activist Nina Simone. From “Mississippi God Damn” to her cover of “Here Comes the Sun” Nina has a voice that draws you in, tells you a story and can make you cry. Learn more about this amazing gal this week on the […]

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Epilogue of Gals Who Rock – Your Gal Friday

Leah and Phoebe wrap up their musical tour into the world of gals who rock. They talk about how they have changed the way they appreciate music, they cross compare the gals, and talk about what they learned along that way. Full Episode on YouTube Show Notes & Extra’s: Did you add any of these […]