LIVE online: Queer Women in Music

LIVE online: Queer Women in Music


4:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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LIVE online: Queer Women in Music

November 1, 2020 – 4:00PM to 8:00PM

QWiM is back for our monthly event, well late a day. Let’s blame it on Halloween!

There are FREE EVENTBRITE TICKETS to be gotten this time, just for stats gathering, so please pick one up if you plan on stopping in for any portion of the event, Thanks!

QWiM’s mission is to provide a platform for artists to continue to express their art in lieu of having lost their gigs over the pasts several months. Please keep in mind they are volunteering their time to share of themselves.

Please consider a donation into their Venmo/PayPal. The information listed under their Bio which will also be made available during the Livestream!

Each performer will go LIVE on this page at their designated time. The exact schedule will be published in a couple of weeks once all the players are here.

This is the general order of appearance:

Brittany Baldwin (4:00PM to 4:45PM) – is a local singer/songwriter based in St. Petersburg Florida. She is best known for her powerhouse vocals, creative covers, and catchy originals. She is heavily inspired by vocalists like Adele and Anne Wilson of Heart. Brittany plays solo shows regularly throughout the Tampa Bay Area; however, you can also catch her perform with her full band, Divine AF, which is a seven-piece all-female LGBTQ band, and with her duo, Er B & Bee.
Venmo: @BBaldwin32
CashApp: $brittanybaldwinmusic
Facebook: @brittanybaldwinmusic
YouTube: Brittany Baldwin Music or follow this link:

Lisa Noe (4:45PM to 5:30PM) – A native Kentuckian and Florida resident, 2020 Creative Loafing Best of the Bay: Singer-Songwriter recipient, Lisa Noe has captivated audiences since the youthful age of 13. Harnessing life experiences and storytelling makes for easy visualization of her music.

She has appeared on WMNF and NPR radio, the Melissa Etheridge Cruise lineup 2018. Lisa has opened for such acts as Betty from “The L Word” and “AG” Adrianne Gonzalez. Her passionate vocals and lyrics have graced her with a large fan base across central Florida as well as Louisville Kentucky.

Namoli Brennet (5:30pm-6:15pm) – Dubbed, “Among the best folk-rock artists in the US” by the Tucson Weekly, singer/songwriter, and Iowa transplant Namoli Brennet has been touring the US and Europe for 12+ years.

Her music has been featured in The Advocate, on NPR, and in the Emmy-award-winning documentary Out In The Silence. Recently nominated for the German Music Critics Award, Brennet has self-released an astonishing 14 albums since her debut in 2002. An artist whose music has evolved along with their gender into something sophisticated, powerful, and moving that defies categorization. or Venmo: Namoli-Brennet

The next Album Release Party is scheduled for Sunday 10/25 at 8pm EST/7pm CST.

Winter Grain (6:30pm-7:15pm) – Married in 2017, Kate and Secily Anderson make up the heart of Winter Grain. Multi-Grammy Award-winner Ryan Hadlock (Brandi Carlile, Gossip, Foo Fighters) of Bear Creek Studio, Seattle, is the producer of Winter Grain’s debut self-titled EP as well as a new set of singles that will be released by end of 2020. Originating from Utah, Winter Grain now calls Los Angeles home.

On their latest album, they were able to work with Adam Neely, Elliott Klein, Dune Butler, Taylor Carroll, and of course, Ryan Hadlock. With influences from Fleetwood Mac to Tears For Fears, Winter Grain is a pop-folk band that values song-craft, dynamics, and vocal harmonies.

Kate is an active helicopter pilot in the Army while Secily is a music teacher.
You can hear the laments of a near-Catholic nun (Kate) in some verses. Or the struggles of dating someone from a different culture (“Pages”). And in songs like “Solitary Trees” Secily’s piano education at Cleveland Institute of Music is highlighted.

The newest set of songs sees Winter Grain going more electric, more 90’s, and grittier than any of their releases to date. With a deployment coming up, this Queer Women in Music may very well be Winter Grain’s last live gig for quite some time. Find out more at

Dani Arranka (7:15PM to 8:00PM) – is a singer/songwriter, an indie/house/pop artist from Connecticut. She has starred in an indie film called “Alterations” where she plays a trans woman reconnecting with her Amnesic mother. This film made its debut at the HBO Latino Film Festival of 2017 and also at OutCt Film Festival in her hometown. Gracing the front page of the arts section of the Hartford Courant.

She has pursued a career in music, performing at many local gay Pride festivals in Connecticut while filming, directing, and editing her own music videos and traveling the U.S with her popular song, “be like me”. Arranka is currently working on a new album that will soon be released including songs that she dropped earlier this year.

All can be viewed on
or directly on her YouTube channel.

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