Inspiration from a Left-Handed, Upside-Down Playing Guitarist

Sound & Vision
Hosted by Darek Mazzone

KEXP DJ and musician Eva Walker speaks with Malina Moye about her rise to success and her inspiration along the way. 


 
Subscribe Here:

Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts Overcast Podcasts  Pocket Casts  Stitcher  Spotify

photo by ISAIAH MAYS

Malina Moye is one of Fender's first Black left-handed, upside-down guitar playing female endorsees. Her album, Bad As I Want to Be, was number one for two weeks straight on the Billboard Blues Chart in 2018.

KEXP DJ and musician Eva Walker speaks with Moye about her rise to success and her inspiration along the way. 

More From Sound & Vision

Chris Bathgate talks about his new record, The Significance of Peaches, which was released after living in a national forest in Michigan, farming in Californ...

Frontman Patrick Haggerty shares the story of the Seattle-area band Lavender Country and explains why he shouldn’t be seen as an icon. Subscribe Here: ...

Tennyson talks about his new album, Rot, written after he developed a hearing condition brought on by mold exposure that caused intense sensitivity to sound....

Click anywhere to return to the site