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On this Saturday’s Women Making Waves, Cristy focuses on re-appropriating the master’s tools: songs mostly by men covered and improved by women. Be revisionist: Listen.


Special guest Lu joins Cristy on Women Making Waves. These two derby girls join forces to hip check some rock by women in your face. Listen on it.

The Damagin' Dames and The Paign join forces on this show.

The Damagin’ Dames and The Paign join forces on this show.

For WEFT’s women in [folk] music show, Cristy continues to augment the playlists with estrogen-fueled rock. This show is dedicated to Holly Golightly.


Cristy keeps with her mission of defolking the women’s music show with a two-hour special orbiting around the work of Isobel Campbell. Wow.

Isobell Campbell.

Isobel Campbell.

For the next 2 hours, Cristy is hosting a women’s rock show called “Ladies of the Eighties” on Womyn Making Waves, streaming on I am on hand to select Yaz songs. Download this revisionist nostalgia in then-inconceivable podcast form.

We think, under the hair, this is Yaz.

We think, under the hair, this is Yaz.

I am acting as research gofer while Cristy hostesses Women Making Waves – the women of rock and country.



Cristy tells the story and plays the music of Marianne Faithfull, and rounds out the broadcast with punk-leaning songs by other women artists.



Cristy hostesses two hours of women in music with a punk edge, featuring the story of Nico.

Nico. Just Nico.

Nico. Just Nico.


Cope Cumpston joins Cristy to spin music by women and discuss two lives’ journey in two hours time.

A wonderful dialog across generations set to a great soundtrack.