Rock Hall Features Women. What?!

I keep forgetting to blog about this!  I’m not a huge fan of the Rock n’ Roll hall of fame, but they have opened a new exhibit called Women Who Rock: Passion Vision Power.

According to the site:

The interactive exhibition spotlights more than 70 artists and fills two entire floors of the museum. The exhibit features artifacts, video and listening stations, as well as a recording booth where visitors can film a short story or moment of inspiration related to women in rock. The exhibit moves through the rock and roll eras, weaving a powerful and engaging narrative that demonstrates how women have been the engines of creation and change in popular music, from the early years of the 20th century to the present.

Those featured include Wanda Jackson, Aretha Franklin, Bikini Kill, Chrissie Hynde, and many more.  Field trip, anyone?


2 Comments to “Rock Hall Features Women. What?!”

  1. I’m going to see it next weekend! I’ll report back.

    • Wonderful! I should really take a trip out there. It just seems like I’ve had a lot going on to make the time to drive to Cleveland. Maybe if you really like it that will be a sign for me to go.

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