Breaking the 4th wall of music and pop culture.
Our weekly episodes discuss the real world implications of pop culture news at the intersection of fandom and politics.
Name 3 Songs is informed by intersectional feminism and driven to make a difference in the way fans and consumers understand and engage with celebrities, the media, and online discourse.
Started in 2020, co-hosts Sara Feigin and Jenna Million set out to call out feminist issues in the music industry through critical analysis of topics including artists’ careers, the media’s contribution to controversy and sexism, and industry’s role in creating and upholding sexist archetypes.
Have you ever been asked to name 3 songs? The show’s name comes from the idea that women are incapable of being music fans. This occurs when a man approaches a woman, often a young girl, wearing a band t-shirt and asks her to “name three songs” in order to prove she is in fact a real fan.
Meet the Hosts
Sara Feigin is a photo editor and journalist based in NYC. She has been living and breathing music since she was introduced to pop punk through 2001’s Josie and the Pussycats. She began shooting shows at the age of 15, which led her to create a music blog at 16 to cover events and music news. She spent most of her 20s between NYC and London where she immersed herself in the local music scenes, working with countless artists and writing for multiple music publications.
Jenna Million is a digital marketing strategist based in Austin, Texas. Growing up, she was enthralled by live music and at the age of 16, she taught herself photography and started a music blog to capture the music that moved her. While studying public relations at University of Texas at Austin, she became involved with Austin’s music scene and contributed to the student newspaper and radio station, while learning the ropes of the industry from music venues and promoters.