”We are reminded of individual women artists who kept making music despite overwhelming odds till finally the music industry had to realise that women were there to stay. It opened doors for the next generation of women rockers, turned the heads of parents who would have otherwise discouraged their daughters to get into the field, lent power to the music industry, and gave good music to the world.” -Yoko Ono about the book She’s a rebel, New York City, March 1992

Yoko Ono


Carol Kaye

Jack White

Terri Lynne Carrington “The Mosaic Project”

Girls in the Band


Screen shot 2013-09-14 at 01.23.16Rock Donna, Music Camps for girls in Finland, Read More





Screen shot 2013-09-14 at 01.20.36Popkollo, Music Camps for girls in Sweden, Read More




Screen shot 2013-09-14 at 01.25.31GRCA, Girls Rock Camps, an international network that helps girls build self-esteem through music eduaction and performance, Read More


Screen shot 2013-09-24 at 12.08.39Women in Music, An organisation with a misson to advance the awareness and equality of women in musical arts through seminars and panels to celebrate the female contribution to the music world, Read More


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