Is it true that “well behaved women rarely make history?” Indie artist Tai Shan’s new single “Stubborn Girls” looks at what happens to a young girl as she struggles with her independent feminine identity.
The song, written by Tai Shan during a California tour was inspired by the banned book “A wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle. Thirteen-year-old Meg Murry’s classmates and teachers see her as a troublesome and stubborn student. She is consistently getting in trouble. While reading the book Tai was stuck behind a Sudan while driving. The sticker said “Well behaved women rarely make history” and it inspired Tai to rework it into “Stubborn Girls are the ones who make History”. It was recorded at Red Bar Studios and mastered by Barry Corrilis of Masterworks.

Bass and Drums: Tarik Abouzied
Keyboard: Chris Blankenburg
Vocals: Tai Shan, Austin Garrison, Katrina Kope
Guitar: Tai Shan, Mark Blasco
Producer: Mark Blasco