25 Apr Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Musician Moms That Rock
by Marisa Torrieri Bloom
If mom prefers guitars over gardening tools or likes writing songs in her spare time, we’ve got your back. Check out our favorite finds for 2023. And for more ideas, check out our guides of years past, like our awesome 2021 guide.
Positive Grid Spark MINI 10W Battery-Powered Stereo Combo
Positive Grid’s Spark Mini is cute, fun, and super powerful — and makes it easy for mom to play her electric guitar (or bass) anytime, anywhere.
Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics (Hardcover)
Gifted to me by a dear friend, this gorgeous anthology is loaded with images, history, and the stories behind Dolly Parton’s songs, one lyric at a time.
These are all the rage in my Instagram ad feed, and with good reason. The influencers who use them emerge with sharper vocals, and more expansive range and power. Mom will definitely give points for creativity.
Lzzy Hale Gibson Explorerbird Guitar
I’ve seen my fair share of beautiful, killer-cool signature guitars by female artists. But hard rocker and Halestorm vocalist Lzzy Hale’s latest, released last June, is possibly the sexiest one of them all.
Hotel California Rock n’ roll candle
Even if she’s not traveling down a dark desert highway, mom will enjoy this Baja cactus flower scented candle — or one of the multitude of other rock music-inspired scented coconut candles — when the mood strikes.
Personalized Metallic lP Record
If mom wants her home office to feel more rockstar-like, try this personalized wall art made from golden oldies.
Akai Professional’s MPK Mini III
Full disclosure: I saw this one on Sweetwater’s 2021 Mother’s Day gift guide, and now I want one. Small enough to fit in your backpack, this USB bus-powered MIDI controller gives you 25 velocity-sensitive synth-action mini keys, Octave Up/Down buttons, and an ergonomic 4-way thumbstick for pitch-bend and mod duties.
Custom Name Guitar/Bass Strap
Give mom a one-of-a-kind strap that she’ll be proud to wear, complete with sizzling stars or lightening bolts.
Drum coffee mug
Morning will get better for rhythm section mamas with this rad, playful drum coffee mug.
Marisa Torrieri Bloom is a writer, guitar teacher, mom, and the founder of Rockmommy.
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