Event will be held during NAMM in Anaheim
The Women’s International Music Network (the WiMN), presents a star-studded performance lineup for the upcoming 2019 She Rocks Awards. Paying tribute to women in the music industry, the seventh annual She Rocks Awards will take place at 7:30 pm on Friday, January 25th at the House of Blues Anaheim during the NAMM Show. Tickets can be purchased at sherocksawards.com.
Honorees Macy Gray, Lisa Loeb, Erika Ender and Nita Strauss will perform throughout the evening, which will include a robust and diverse selection of top female talent. Kicking off the evening will be London/Belfast-based alternative rock-pop duo REWS.
A lifetime achievement award will honor Janis Joplin with a retrospective and performances by world-renowned guitarist Orianthi, record-breaking Australian singer/songwriter Vanessa Amorosi, critically-acclaimed vocalist Emily Armstrong of Dead Sara, GRAMMY Award-winning vocalist Judith Hill, and the She Rocks Awards house band Rock Sugah, led by sensational bassist, Divinity Roxx. Additional performers will also be appearing at the event.
Befitting the evening’s celebration of women in music, Gigi Rich and Aiza will both perform songs from Girl the Album, which is a collection of uplifting, female empowerment music written by the WiMN founder Laura B. Whitmore and her songwriting partner, Jenna Paone. Mindi Abair will perform her original song, “Pretty Good for a Girl.”
The 2019 She Rocks Awards is sponsored by EAW, Sweetwater, PRS Guitars, Marshall Amplification, Seymour Duncan, Gretsch, Sennheiser, Martin Guitar, Reverb, Roland, Rat Sound Systems, D’Angelico Guitars, Zildjian, Fishman, PreSonus, Berklee Online, Gator Cases, Sabian, M.A.C Cosmetics, Paul Mitchell, Monster Energy, Hippeas, Cuccio, The Music People, 108 Rock Star Guitars, Tech 21, Soundgirls, Future publications, Guitar World, Guitar Player, Bass Player, Electronic Musician, Guitar Girl Magazine, Musicradar, KVR Audio, and more.
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