Women In Rock Clinic Featuring PRS Artist Roni Lee & Rock Artist Teresa Topaz
Plus a PRS Factory Showcase and Sales Event
PRS and Bananas At Large are proud to present the Women In Rock free clinic at Bananas At Large in San Rafael, CA plus a special PRS Guitars Showcase featuring a great selection of new PRS guitars from the factory.
We start off the event with the PRS Guitar Showcase at 1:30 pm with PRS Representative James Fox who has hand selected specific PRS guitars and amps for you from the factory. Come and plug in! James will be on hand to answer all any and all PRS related questions. The showcase will be followed up by the Women In Rock free Clinic at 4:30 featuring PRS artist Roni Lee and guest Teresa Topaz.
Free Swag while it lasts!
Mark your calendars and be sure to join us for this fun, informative clinic and sales event.
For more information, please call Bananas At Large at (415) 457-7600, or visit online at: PRS-presents-ronnie-lee-women-in-rock
ABOUT RONI LEE
Roni Lee is the founder of Play Like A Girl Record’s, & the original guitarist for the LA Punk band Venus and the Razorblades. “I Want to Be Where The Boys Are” was written by Roni Lee and Kim Fowley (Venus and the Razorblades) which became a staple in the Runaways ( Lita Ford, Joan Jet ) live set, achieving a GOLD Record in 1977. Her current original Rock project includes backup musicians that are over the top talented and amazing in their own right. Roni tours from the West Coast to overseas to entertain and rock the world.
ABOUT TERESA TOPAZ
Teresa Topaz is a Blues Rock Performing & Recording Artist, Composer and Record Producer. Voter nominated by the Willamette Week’s Best of Portland Top 5 Best Blues Artist, named the “Guitar Goddess” by the Portland Tribune and Blues Rock Queen by J-Media Music Group. On Topaz’s album Reset Me, she composed and performed all instruments with a guest appearance on bass guitar by Keith Waters and Co-Produced the album along side Head Engineer Tim Biedron. Singles “Driving Mr Crazy” & “Fever” off of Reset Me have made there way across airwaves internationally