NITA STRAUSS Sits Down With 'WWE SmackDown' Champ BECKY LYNCH For Discussion About Parallels Of Their Journey (Video)

NITA STRAUSS Sits Down With 'WWE SmackDown' Champ BECKY LYNCH For Discussion About Parallels Of Their Journey (Video)

Ahead of "WWE Evolution", guitarist Nita Strauss sits down with "WWE SmackDown" women's champion Becky Lynch to discuss the parallels of their journey, life on the road, how they eat and train while traveling most of the year, and more. Check out the 34-minute clip below.

Nita will release her debut solo album, "Controlled Chaos", on November 16 via Sumerian Records. She stated about the effort: "From bright and fun to aggressive and dark, from peaceful to chaotic, this album is a way for me to give the listener a glimpse into my personality and what goes on inside my mind."

Strauss has been fighting to make a name for herself in the guitar world for years. She is one of the most sought-after clinicians in the industry and has done extensive clinic tours across multiple continents. Her consistent touring schedule has shown her to play in front of over a million audience members per year consistently for the past several years. 2018 has already proven to be a banner year for Nita with her being named as the first-ever female Ibanez signature artist in the company's 60-year history. She played WWE suprstar Shinsuke Nakamura's entrance music at "WrestleMania" in New Orleans in front of an audience of 78,000 fans and millions streaming worldwide just before surpassing her Kickstarter campaign eight times over, allowing her to self-produce and record "Controlled Chaos".

The 11-track album was a challenge to Strauss and an opportunity for her to reconnect with what inspired her to pick up a guitar in the first place. She said: "I started playing guitar because of instrumental guitar music. All my real heroes made instrumental albums. All my own career has been spent playing in bands, but I never forgot that dream of what inspired me to pick up the guitar in the first place."

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