Karmin's fans came out in force to help the duo win our "Women Who Rock" flip cover contest. Keyboardist Nick Noonan figures that the stars must have aligned for the win – and the cover shoot. "Max [Vadukul], the photographer, just happened to have shot our favorite Rolling Stone cover, which was the Gwen Stefani cover," he says. The shoot was "bar none" for singer Amy Heidemann, from hair to makeup to impromptu photos in the park. "We had a blast," says Heidemann. "He showed us the pictures and we were just blown away."
Behind the Scenes of Karmin's Women Who Rock Cover Shoot
The duo won Rolling Stone's choose-the-cover contest
From The Archives Issue 1167: October 11, 2012
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