Women in Music
The Woman’s Hour 2018 Power List will recognise the top 40 most successful women who have impacted the music we listen to. Submit your suggestions...
More than 100 festivals worldwide have now joined PRS Foundation’s Keychange initiative and have pledged to work towards tackling gender inequality in the music industry.
A dedicated showcase for women in music event production, presented under the #WomenWalkTogether banner, will launch around the world next month.
Just 5.3 percent of 1,445 concerts scheduled for the 2018-2019 season worldwide will include works by women composers, a new study finds.
Calling all female singers, songwriters, rappers and producers – Girls I Rate’s #GETHEARD listening weekender returns for 2018 and is now taking submissions. Apply now!
Live Nation Entertainment has announced Women Nation Fund, an early-stage investment initiative to support female-led live music businesses.
New research from Last.fm has highlighted the UK and US festivals who are working hardest to close the gender gap across their annual line-ups.
Hit songwriter Carla Marie Williams, singer-songwriter Declan McKenna and BBC Radio 6 Music's Mary Anne Hobbs are among the names honoured this year.
The music careers event for young women takes place this Saturday in London, and will feature host Jen Long, DJ and BBC Radio 1 presenter Abbie McCarthy and Mercury nominated band The Big Moon.
Lazy Day, Tamzene, Maya Kally, The Van T’s and Magick Mountain are the latest acts to be chosen for the programme, which provides a step-up for female led bands and solo artists in live music.