- Career Highlights
- First woman to graduate from Berklee's Guitar Performance Program in 1982, joined Berklee's Guitar Department in 1984, and promoted to full professor in the Guitar Department in 2010
- Feather Records recording artist
- Performing songwriter, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, arranger, recording engineer, and record producer
- Lead guitarist for art/rock band Two Tru, signed to Warner Brother’s Myrrh/Word Records in 1989, 1987–present
- Toured New England as "George Harrison" in the Beatles tribute band All Together Now (formerly known as Get Back), 1995–2007
- Lead guitarist for the band Afterfab, performing the four Beatles' solo repertoires, 2014–2016
- Albums include Among the Ruins, Shadow Language, Back to the Bone, Playing with the Pieces, Blast of Love, Honeywine, Tender Ramble, and Always and Forever
- Digital singles include "Sweetest Thing," "Low Tide," "Bellabye," "Time to Groove," "Mainly Distance," "Enjoy," "Thank You," "Hold On," "Great Day to Land/Happy Birthday," "All the Words," and "Tell Me Your Idea"
- A Parallel Sunrise, EP
- Author of Guitar Insights, and Adorable Dachshunds
- Established her own record label, production company, and publishing company: Feather Records, Wizard & Feather Brown Productions, and Cotton Moon Music, with alumna Cindy Brown in 1989
- B.M., Berklee College of Music
In Their Own Words
"With time & patience you can accomplish anything. I've been a faculty member since 1984, and I wanted to attend Berklee as a student since I was 11 years old. Teaching at Berklee is a blast! It is easy for me to share what I love about guitar and music all day. I am an artist in residence and the Guitar Department’s Beatles expert, Professor Beatle; some Beatles fans call me George. I created the Beatles Ensemble for full band in the Ensemble Department and the Beatles Guitar Lab for the Guitar Department. I teach guitar, songwriting, home recording, artist survival skills, and creativity within my guitar lessons and guitar classes."
"Fear can wreak havoc on the creative soul. Many students worry that the magic will go away or they will lose their natural creativity if they study an art like music. It is tricky to not lose yourself in this world, period. Staying true to your own desires takes courage and stamina and all the love you can give yourself. I like to find what inspired my students to come to Berklee, where they want to go with their playing and musicianship, and how I can help them make choices to reach their musical goals with a sense of humor while staying healthy and sane."