Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Celebrates Women Who Rock

Honoring #WomenWhoRock, The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is hosting a series of Women’s History Month events and programs celebrating the achievements of some of music’s most notable female artists. 

The Rock Hall’s 2023 Nominee ballot also features incredible female trailblazers, including Kate Bush, Sheryl Crow, Missy Elliott, Cyndi Lauper, Gillian Gilbert of New Order and Meg White of The White Stripes. Fans can cast their votes in the official Fan Vote now through April 28th at rockhall.com

Special events, programs, and artifacts honoring #WomenWhoRock include: 

March 16th 
“Women in Country” Virtual Interview with Amanda Shires & Martina McBride 
Rock Hall YouTube, 7PM Eastern 
Shelby Morrison, the Rock Hall’s Director of Curatorial Operations & Artist Relations sits down with Amanda Shires & Martina McBride to discuss their music careers. To correspond with the premiere, artifacts from Amanda Shires’ recent Take It Like a Man album will be added to the Right Here, Right Now exhibit. 

March 23rd
Soak Up the Sun: The Music of Sheryl Crow Exhibit Opening 
Through her powerhouse solo performances, collaborations with industry icons, and early session musician work, 2023 Nominee Sheryl Crow’s influence reverberates through 1990s rock, pop, country, folk, blues, and the work of countless singer-songwriters. Highlighting moments throughout her incredible career, this exhibit features artifacts such as handwritten lyrics to “Leaving Las Vegas,” the leather jacket worn in the “All I Wanna Do” music video, and the outfit worn for Crow’s 2018 Bonnaroo performance. "I am thrilled and honored to have a featured exhibit at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame," said Crow. "Thank you to the Rock Hall team for curating and thanks to all my fans for all the support and love throughout the years." 

March 29th
Chaka Khan Special Appearance and Exhibit Opening 
Closing out the month, legend and icon, Chaka Khan sits down with Rock Hall Director of Curatorial Operations & Artist Relations, Shelby Morrison for a special interview celebrating both Chaka’s 50th anniversary in the music industry and her 70th birthday. Five outfits from Chaka Khan’s iconic 50-year career in the industry will be added to the Legends of Rock exhibit. 

Also a compiled Women's History Month playlists to recognize the women who have shattered stereotypes and paved the way for future generations.  Starting with this playlist that highlights female artists from the early days of rock and roll to today. 

Experience the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s exhibits and programs to learn more about #WomenWhoRock. Visit rockhall.com/events for more info.